By Abbanobi-Eku Onyeka
Imo residence in Abuja have urged the indigenes of the state both within and outside to continue with their support for the governor elect, Emeka Ihedioha.
The president general, Abuja chapter of Imo Community Association (ICA), Barr Maxwell Alaeto said with the support the governor will provide better people in the state.
Alaeto who stated this in interview with The AUTHORITY, said considering Ihedioha’s performance when he represented his people in the National Assembly and later became the Deputy Speaker, deserve continued held by his people.
He said mobilising his members in Abuja to support Ihedioha in Imo state during the elections was due to the quality he found in him.
The president, however charged the governor-elect not to allow his personal interest to overrule that of his people.
He urged him to work with the people irrespective of the difference in political party, local government or clan.
Alaeto also appealed to him not to hesitate to allocate a vast area of land to his association to build an estate, to be called Abuja Estate, when he assumes office.
According to him, the land if allocated will avail each of his members an opportunity to own a house in Owere, by giving each member a portion to put up a structure.