“I Am Committed to Making a Positive Impact on Lives”, Says Abia State Governor

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Abia State

Dr. Alex Otti, OFR, the Governor of Abia State, expressed his unwavering commitment to improving the lives of people and bringing happiness to the less fortunate in society. Governor Otti made these remarks during a meeting with the World Leadership of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, led by General Conference President Pastor Ted Wilson. The visit was part of the church’s centenary anniversary celebration.

Governor Otti highlighted his strong belief in human capital development, which led to the establishment of the Alex Otti Foundation (AOF). This foundation has been instrumental in providing scholarship awards to university students and offering assistance to hundreds of underprivileged individuals in society.

He emphasized the challenges of leadership during these times but also stressed the unique opportunity to make a lasting impact. The governor’s determination is centered on ensuring that the people of Abia State experience joy and prosperity, with a deliberate focus on benefiting the majority of the population.

Governor Otti expressed his gratitude for the Seventh Day Adventist Church’s 100 years of existence and the blessing it has brought to the southeast region of Nigeria. He encouraged the church to continue spreading its message and engaging in evangelism as part of its 100-year celebration. He also highlighted the importance of good governance in managing the cost of governing and directing resources toward serving the people.

The Governor further explained his choice to operate from his home temporarily to manage the cost of governance effectively. He emphasized the need to address hygiene problems, healthcare, education, infrastructure, and other critical issues in the state before prioritizing the renovation of the Governor’s Office.

Governor Otti concluded by reaffirming his commitment to improving the lives of the people of Abia State through strategic governance and developmental initiatives./rewrite this article formally, I want it to be professionally written and engaging

Soukaina Sghir

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