A member of the Peoples Democratic Party in Imo State, Collins Opuruzor, has said that the government of Hope Uzodinma in Imo State has failed in recording any achievements in infrastructural development, education, security, and the economy of Imo State.
Collins Opuruzor stated that the governor of Imo State has failed to construct a single road project in Imo State since he became governor. He noted that the road project which president Muhammadu Buhari came to commission in Imo State some months ago was abandoned by Hope Uzodinma as soon as Buhari left Imo State.
Speaking further, Collins Opuruzor noted that the road projects that has been constructed in Imo State under the government of Hope Uzodinma are all federal roads. It was further revealed that the garment factory which was commissioned by the Vice President in Imo State was short down immediately the Vice President left Imo State.
Speaking further, Collins Opuruzor disclosed that the dredging of the River in Imo State was a project which the former president Goodluck Jonathan awarded during his time in office.
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