Video & Photos: The Pitiful Condition Of Amaraku Okigwe Federal Road In Owerri Imo State

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October 1st, 2015 – Video & Pictures: The Pitiful Condition Of Amaraku Okigwe Federal Road In Owerri Imo State

Can you believe this is a Federal road in Imo State.

The federal road-turned slum (Amaraku Odigwe road) is located in Owerri, the capital city of Imo.

Watch the video below to see what residents are passing through on a daily basis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGdmFZeUkGI

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7 thoughts on “Video & Photos: The Pitiful Condition Of Amaraku Okigwe Federal Road In Owerri Imo State

  1. This is one of the failure of our leadership and followership. In the fist place, it is not the primary responsibility of the Governor of the State to repair a Federal road. The Senator of this district should be involved in getting the Federal Govt attention to the dilapidated condition of this road. However, this road may have been repaired and completed on paper.

  2. Our failure as a followership is that we still vote for these people who make no effort to better the life of the people that voted for them. All they do is to come with electioneering promises, a bag of rice and some token and we collect these token and we come back to complain about their failure, seriously!! we are the architect of our problem. If you are one of these people please keep quiet and be rest assured you will be rewarded accordingly

  3. IF YOU ALWAYS SELECT CHRIMINALS AS GOVERNORS AND SENATORS THAT IS WHAT YOU WOULD ALWAYS HAVE!! REPENT SO THAT THE HAND OF GOD CAN COME UPON YOU PEOPLE.

  4. OMG WHERE IS THE GOVERNOR OF THIS STATE FOR CHRIST SAKE: IMO people should have chosen their governor wisely…what is Rochas doing in that office if he cannot do a common road, somebody should write him a letter about this road.

  5. Oh what a nightmare, do we still have Govt in this state? where is the rescue mission of governor Rochas Okorocha? are they chasing rat when their house is on fire? Who will be the next Mbakwe?

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