The Chairman of Nedcomoak, a real estate company, Kennedy Okonkwo, and a businessman, Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-Money have donated the sum of N100million to the Anambra State government to tackle insecurity in the state.
Soludo Receives Obi Cubana, E-Money, Others In Anambra
The businessmen including the chairman of Cubana Group, Obinna Iyiegbu, also known as Obi Cubana, and a musician, Kingsley Okonkwo, popularly known as Kcee Limpopo to meet with the governor, Charles Soludo at the government house on Wednesday.
They made the donation to the Anambra State Security Trust Fund on behalf of their companies, which the group said was in accordance with the call for support by the state government in the fight against insecurity.
The businessmen said they were in the state to seek strategic partnership with the state government across key business and industrial areas ranging from real estate, entertainment and haulage.
Kennedy Okonkwo who led the group told the governor, “We are happy with your fight against criminals in the state, and we will always support you.
“We commend your fight against insecurity in the state because it is a major hindrance to the socio-economic development of the state.”
In his remark, Governor Soludo thanked the businessmn for betting on their state, promising to justify every confidence they hold in the government.
KanyiDaily recalls that Governor Charles Soludo had recently described his first 100 days in office as bumpy and challenging, vowing to work tirelessly towards achieving his campaign promises to the people of the state.