Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari don land Imo state, South East Nigeria.
Buhari land for Sam Mbakwe Airport for Owerri, di state capital, where dignitaries receive am.
Di Imo state govnor, Hope Uzodinma inside statement for im Facebook page say do President dey come di state to commission some projects.
“Na wit heart full of gratitude that I and on behalf of di good pipo of Imo state dey welcome His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari come di Eastern Heartland on a working visit to commission some of our completed pipo oriented projects”. He write.
President Muhammadu Buhari go commission some major projects of Governor Hope Uzodimma, tok-tok pesin for di govnor tok.
Oguwike Nwachukwu, Chief Press Secretary to di Imo state govnor say di visit na to also show sey federal goment get interest for di development of di state.
According to Nwachuckwu projects wey President Buhari go commission na;
- Balloon technology-driven underground tunnel with surface drainage – Chukwuka Nwoha
- Naze/ Nekede/Ihiagwa Road
- Egbeada By-Pass – Amakohia
- Newly Built Exco Chambers – inside government house known as Douglas House.
Di President go also participate for a Town Hall Meeting wit South East Leaders.
Meanwhile, security operatives don full ground for Owerri, Imo state as dem awai di arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari wey dey visit di state on one day working visit.
Di security operatives wey dey on patrol na part of di security measures di goment put in place to ensure say no kasala happun during di visit.
Markets for Owerri dey close as Buhari visit Imo
Meanwhile, di turn out for markets and other commercial activities dey low today for Owerri.
Shops wey dey one of Owerri biggest markets, Douglas markets dey locked but pipo wey dey sell food stuff gada in front of di market to sell dia goods.
Afta di president commission di projects, e go hold close door meeting wit stakeholders wey dey for di East plus all di state govnors for di region.
Pipo gada to welcome di President
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