Chisco CEO lauds Gov Mbah’s modern bus terminals projects

Chairman/CEO of Chisco Transport, Chief Chidi Anyaegbu, has commended the Governor of Enugu state,  Dr. Peter Mbah for his efforts in  repositioning  the transport and logistics sector in the state, including the administration’s plans to build modern transport interchanges (bus stations )in various parts of the state, saying that “transport is life.”

Anyaegbu noted that as a political leader, who came from the business world, he had an unwavering conviction that the governor would drastically change the fortunes of the state for good.

He  stated this while fielding questions from newsmen  during his visit to Governor Mbah on Wednesday in Enugu. The CEO urged  the residents and people of the state to continue to accord the governor their total support.

Pix:Chisco Chairman/CEO,Anyaegbu (R)

“I came for a private visit to the Executive Governor of Enugu State. We had a good discussion and I can say that the Executive Governor has a very good intention of how to develop the state, which I also know because he came from the business sector or business environment. He understands how to add value to what he met,” he said.

Speaking on Governor Mbah’s modern transport interchange plans, Chief Anyaegbu said, “His plans are very good. Transport is life, I have been in Transport for 46 years. I know what transport is. I understand that transport adds a lot to the economy. And which I will repeat myself again, after listening to the Executive Governor, I know he has good plans about this and this is why I am telling you that when you give him time, in very short time,  Enugu people will see a lot of improvement under his administration.

Pix: Gov Mbah(R) Anyaegbu (L)

“He has a lot of plans on logistics and how to develop Enugu State in the area of logistics and every other area he has plans for. I am convinced that all his plans will come to fruition,” Anyaegbu said 

Author: Maureen Ikpeama

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