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Enugu exco moves to fast-track infrastructure devt 

By Francis Igata

ENUGU—Enugu State Executive Council has approved the release of N184,476,135.98, for various developmental projects in the state.
Commissioner for Information, Godwin Udeuhele, made this known during a briefing at the end of the council meeting presided over by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi at the Government House, Enugu, yesterday.

File: Road inspection: L-R: Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State addressing the Site Engineer of the Greylines company, Engr.George skayrak and residents of Emene, as his Deputy, Hon. Mrs. Cecilia Ezeilo looks on, when he inspected the old Emene road..yesterday

Udeuhele noted that out of this amount, the sum of fifty-nine million, nine hundred and ninety thousand, six hundred and seventy-one naira was approved for the completion of the state government counterpart funds for the 2015 Millennium Development Goals, MDGs, State Track Project Fund to consolidate the gains of the MDGs in the state.

According to the commissioner, payment of the counterpart fund would also prepare the ground for commencement of the sustainable development goals of the state.

He said the council equally approved that the State Ministry of Housing should release the sum of N74,306,000 for payment of the outstanding balance to land owners at Satellite Estate Akpoga Nike, Enugu and to construct an internal earth road network, security post, and perimeter fence wall in the estate.

The council also re-authorized the establishment of the State One Stop Investment Centre, ESOSIC, to boost investment potentials of the state.

The added that the council approved the construction of 9th Mile Mega Estate through public private partnership initiative and directed the Ministries of Justice and Lands to collaborate with the Ministry of Housing in the perfection of title and legal documents to forestall any hindrance.

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