Imo declares four-day holiday

THE Imo State government has declared the rest of this week work-free days for its workers.

According to a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Obinna Duruji, the days are today, tomorrow, Thursday and Friday.

The statement asked workers to use the holidays to go to their communities and partake in the take-off of the Community Council Government (CCG), which the state is proposing as the fourth-tier of government.

Meanwhile, Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has approved the disbursement of N3 billion for the take off of the CCG.

The money, according to the governor, will be disbursed at N5 million to each community in the 27 local councils.

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Imo declares four-day holiday

THE Imo State government has declared the rest of this week work-free days for its workers.

According to a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Obinna Duruji, the days are today, tomorrow, Thursday and Friday.

The statement asked workers to use the holidays to go to their communities and partake in the take-off of the Community Council Government (CCG), which the state is proposing as the fourth-tier of government.

Meanwhile, Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has approved the disbursement of N3 billion for the take off of the CCG.

The money, according to the governor, will be disbursed at N5 million to each community in the 27 local councils.

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Imo declares four-day holiday

THE Imo State government has declared the rest of this week work-free days for its workers.

According to a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Obinna Duruji, the days are today, tomorrow, Thursday and Friday.

The statement asked workers to use the holidays to go to their communities and partake in the take-off of the Community Council Government (CCG), which the state is proposing as the fourth-tier of government.

Meanwhile, Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has approved the disbursement of N3 billion for the take off of the CCG.

The money, according to the governor, will be disbursed at N5 million to each community in the 27 local councils.

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