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My hotel is my modest contribution to development of Abia – Enweremadu

In his efforts to assist the state government in reducing unemployment in Abia, Rt. Hon. Christopher Enweremadu, says his hotel is his modest contribution to the development of the state.
Speaking in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, when his ultra-modern hotel, Confidence Hotel, was officially opened by the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, Enweremadu said the establishment of the hotel was through the instrumentality of the state governor who created the enabling environment for hospitality industry and other businesses to thrive in the state as well as others who in one way or the other assisted him, including the immediate past governor of the state now the senator representing Abia Central, Chief Theodore Ahamefule Orji.
Enweremadu disclosed that Sen. Orji had “in many ways helped in my growth (politically) and in the realisation of the project”, stating that he named the hotel after his wife, Uchechi Confidence Enweremadu, over her support to him in his numerous ventures.
Responding, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu expressed happiness over the establishment of the hotel in the state rather than setting it up outside the state, stating that his administration had provided the enabling environment for hospitality industries to thrive in the state.
He called on other Abians at home to emulate Rt. Hon. Enweremadu and come home to help develop the state, stating that the state government will assist the hotel to move it forward.
Earlier in his goodwill message, Sen. T.A. Orji expressed excitement over the project, stating that the project was not an easy one.
Represented by a former Commissioner Works in the state, K. O. Mgbeahuru, Senator Orji commended Rt. Hon. Enweremadu for the initiative, urging other Abians to follow his footsteps.
Rt. Hon. Christopher Enweremadu was a former Speaker of Abia State Houser of Assembly, a former House of Assembly member representing Isiala Ngwa South and a former Board Chairman of Abia State Polytechnic, Aba.

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