Governor Uzodinma stated that the peace he has restored in Imo state has gradually gain recognition and productivity.
He made this broadcast on his Facebook page after meeting with the commission yesterday being 6th of October.
On his Facebook page, the governor tweeted saying;
"The revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) yesterday in Owerri held a national sensation forum for states and federal capital territory on the review of exiting allocaion formula.
"While it gladdens my heart that the peace we have restored in the state has gradually gain recognition and productivity.
"The forum offered great opportunity as I propose a national legislator to review revenue distribution across the nation by migrating certain revenue related items from exclusive list to the concurrent list.
He added that; it is my belief that this exercise would yield a working document to replace the existing formula with one, more benefiting to Nigerians for our common good.
Let us encourage him as he achieve more goals and productivity in Imo state.
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