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Welfare of Imo Youths remains my Priority - Uzodimma

… 2,700 smart phones and cars won by Youths at the Hope for Imo Concert

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Nnaemeka DavidFeb 20, 2022
Welfare of Imo Youths remains my Priority - Uzodimma

Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State has reiterated his resolve to ensure that the youths of the state are the major backbone of all the cardinal activities that his administration will embark on.

Senator Uzodimma made this known during a valentine concert tagged 'Hope for Imo Valentine Concert' organised by the Special Adviser to the Imo State Governor on Social Media Influence, Hon. Paschal Okechukwu, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest. The event held at Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu Square Owerri

While addressing the mammoth crowd of youths at the event, most of whom were students across the State, Governor Uzodimma reassured them that despite the initial distractions posed by the politically contrived insecurity, his government has continued to ensure that the welfare of youths remained a priority. He enumerated some programmes of his adminstration geared towards Youth employment and empowerment.

According to Governor Uzodimma, "the rejuvenated Adapalm project will provide 35,000 jobs, the recovered Standard Shoe Industry will provide 7,500 jobs, while the Export Processing Zone Project which took me to Cote d'Ivoire alongside three other State governors from the country will employ over 50,000 youths when fully activated." 

The Hope For Imo Valentine Concert had Musical performances by Mr Flavour, Sister Chinyere Udoma, Nwa Aba, Saro Wiwa and other notable musical stars from within Imo State. The event was attended by prominent Imo citizens such as former Governor Ikedi Ohakim, members of the Federal and State legislature, top government officials and business moguls in the company of the Governor.

The highpoint of the event was the gifts splash. A total of 2,700 Smart phones were gifted to Imo youths selected during the University Campus tour, in addition to 2 cars donated by Geely Automobiles to support the event.

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