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BreakingNews 20/9/14 - Gov. Orji to be Conferred National Honours Award as Commander Order of the Niger (CON) by President Goodluck Jonathan

BreakingNews 20/9/14 - Gov. Orji to be Conferred National Honours Award as Commander Order of the Niger (CON) by President Goodluck Jonathan

[ Masterweb Reports ] -Gov Orji to be Conferred National Honours Award as Commander Order of the Niger (CON) by President Goodluck Jonathan

The Executive Governor of Abia State, His Excellency, Chief Theodore Orji, has been pencilled down for the prestigious National Honours Award as Commander Order of the Niger (CON).

This award of excellence for distinguishing himself in the service of his fatherland will be conferred on him along with other distinguished Nigerians by President  Goodluck Jonathan on September 29,2014 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

A release issued in Umuahia by his Chief Press Secretary, Charles Ajunwa, said that the award was a testimonial of the Governor's proficient and visionary leadership which has since restored Abia on the path of greatness.

According to the release, this award coupled with numerous others already conferred on the Governor by various communities, associations and institutions  both local and international speak volume of his administrative acumen and giant strides which have placed the state on an enviable height.

The statement reads in part: "There is no gain saying the fact that His Excellency Chief T. A Orji has laid a solid foundation for the economic and socio-political growth of Abia. Ever since he courageously liberated the state from political bondage and economic stagnation, Abia has witnessed rapid infrastructural transformation.

"He has also democratised Abia's political space such that even the opposition today criticise government without fear of intimidation or molestation unlike what previously obtained when the opposition went on self exile during the years of ruin and locust by his predecessor.

"It is evident that the array of legacy projects dotting the Abia landscape today is as a result of his prudence in managing scare resources as he has not mortgaged the future of Abia by accessing funds in the bond market as some of his counterparts who make the most of noise have done. Orji has judiciously managed the resources of the state to work for the state without incurring any debt.

"Apart from legacy projects, Governor Orji has also excelled in human capital development and youth empowerment thereby giving hope and future to thousands of Abia youths who were before he came on board willing tools in the crime industry."

The statement further noted that Orji unlike the previous administrations in the state had also carried Abia elders and founding fathers along in the governance of the state, a development that has resulted to the prevailing peace in the polity.

According to the statement, the award is also in recognition of the Governor's   commendable efforts in the restoration and sustenance of security in the state    which have made Abia rank among the three most peaceful states in Nigeria today.

The award, the statement further noted called for celebration by all well-meaning Abians as the Governor has dedicated it to their massive support and loyalty to his administration, while promising to consolidate on the successes so far recorded for the good of all Abians.
*Photo Caption - Governor T. A. Orji