Bring your investments home, Okorocha tells Ndigbo TrendyVoice

26 April 2017

Bring your investments home, Okorocha tells Ndigbo





IMO State governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has urged Ndigbo to bring their investments home to develop the area and make life better for the people.

Okorocha who stated this while commissioning Hometown Hotel Resort at Ndianiche Uno, Arondiziogu in Ideato council area of the state, said Ndigbo should always think home as nobody would develop their area for them. He commended the proprietor of the hotel, Benbella Anachebe, SAN, for heeding his administration’s clarion call to invest at home. He said, “I commend the proprietor of this hotel for coming home to invest.

 He could have built this hotel in Abuja or other places knowing too well that he could have made more profit, but he chose to think home. Let’s all come home, develop our area and create jobs for our people.”

 The governor further directed the state ministry of Works to assess the cost of drainage and asphalting the road leading to the area. Proprietor of Hometown Hotel Resort, Benbella Anachebe, SAN, said he decided to build the hotel at his hometown to boost tourism and develop the area as well as inspire love of neighbor as our way of life of the Arondiziogu people.

 According to him, “We don’t have to tell anybody to invest at home; anyone who has ear, let him hear. Why do we have to develop Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Port Harcourt and other places? We should always think home; I have built a hospital, a road, a church and now a hotel to help develop my hometown. The church was built as a way of showing gratitude to God as well as to serve humanity.

 The hotel would be providing subvention to the hospital and the church. It is not all about money. “Ndigbo had a sad experience after the civil war where we lost our properties and businesses. Anybody who has read the history of abandoned property does not need to be told that home is the best place to invest. Your property in your hometown is secure. Develop your hometown where you have a guarantee of a lifetime ownership of your property or business.”

 The legal practitioner commended Gov. Okorocha for promising to construct drainage and asphalt the road leading to the area as well as his giant infrastructural development strides across the state, stressing that the governor had done well with limited resources.

“I spent N32 million on this road just for surfacing. I’m a private person, it is not easy, but I had to do it because it will not be good to have a hotel that inaccessible. The governor has promised to do the asphalting and drainage for me. He has given instructions to the Ministry of Works to assess the cost so that he can include this road for drainage and asphalting. Gov. Okorocha has touched many areas with limited resources and he is coming up stronger. This is done to encourage him.”
Okorocha who stated this while commissioning Hometown Hotel Resort at Ndianiche Uno, Arondiziogu in Ideato council area of the state, said Ndigbo should always think home as nobody would develop their area for them. He commended the proprietor of the hotel, Benbella Anachebe, SAN, for heeding his administration’s clarion call to invest at home. He said, “I commend the proprietor of this hotel for coming home to invest. He could have built this hotel in Abuja or other places knowing too well that he could have made more profit, but he chose to think home. Let’s all come home, develop our area and create jobs for our people.” The governor further directed the state ministry of Works to assess the cost of drainage and asphalting the road leading to the area. Proprietor of Hometown Hotel Resort, Benbella Anachebe, SAN, said he decided to build the hotel at his hometown to boost tourism and develop the area as well as inspire love of neighbor as our way of life of the Arondiziogu people. According to him, “We don’t have to tell anybody to invest at home; anyone who has ear, let him hear. Why do we have to develop Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Port Harcourt and other places? We should always think home; I have built a hospital, a road, a church and now a hotel to help develop my hometown. The church was built as a way of showing gratitude to God as well as to serve humanity. The hotel would be providing subvention to the hospital and the church. It is not all about money. “Ndigbo had a sad experience after the civil war where we lost our properties and businesses. Anybody who has read the history of abandoned property does not need to be told that home is the best place to invest. Your property in your hometown is secure. Develop your hometown where you have a guarantee of a lifetime ownership of your property or business.” The legal practitioner commended Gov. Okorocha for promising to construct drainage and asphalt the road leading to the area as well as his giant infrastructural development strides across the state, stressing that the governor had done well with limited resources. “I spent N32 million on this road just for surfacing. I’m a private person, it is not easy, but I had to do it because it will not be good to have a hotel that inaccessible. The governor has promised to do the asphalting and drainage for me. He has given instructions to the Ministry of Works to assess the cost so that he can include this road for drainage and asphalting. Gov. Okorocha has touched many areas with limited resources and he is coming up stronger. This is done to encourage him.”

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