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Abia at 32: I am Committed to Prudent Resource Management and Development – Alex Otti

In a statewide broadcast to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of Abia State’s creation, Governor Alex Otti reiterated his commitment to prudently manage the available resources for the benefit of the people and the development of the state. He urged residents to support his administration’s “rebuilding agenda” by contributing through taxes, which would further drive socio-economic growth.

Governor Otti emphasized that his administration is focused on enhancing the health and education sectors within the state. He pledged to maintain accountability and responsibility as central tenets of his governance approach, assuring citizens that their resources would be utilized for their betterment.

Highlighting the importance of collective effort, Otti encouraged citizens to actively participate in the state’s progress. He announced the establishment of streamlined digital payment systems for formal and informal sector transactions, facilitating smoother financial interactions.

The governor called on civil servants to rededicate themselves to their duties and actively support government reform initiatives. He reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to prompt salary payments and the security of citizens’ lives and property.

Governor Otti emphasized the significance of education, portraying it as a pathway to success in the 21st-century economy. He outlined ongoing reforms aimed at improving governance processes and ensuring efficiency and transparency. These reforms include a streamlined procurement process to prevent misuse and favor genuine businesses operating in Abia State.

In concluding his address, Governor Otti reaffirmed his administration’s unwavering commitment to refining governance processes and supporting local businesses as part of the government’s initiatives.


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