APGA National Chairman, Ezeokenwa reviews agenda of Abiodun led Southern Governors Forum

All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), National Chairman, Barrister Sly Ezeokenwa, briefly review the Issues on the agenda of the Abiodun led Southern Governors Forum – NDUKA ANYANWU

The newly elected chairman of the Southern Governors Forum, Governor Dapo Abiodun, has unveiled a five-point agenda of the forum under his leadership.
While the governor of Anambra State, Professor Charles Soludo, became the vice chairman, Abiodun emerged as chairman to succeed Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, who died last December after a protracted illness.

Sly Ezeokenwa

The APGA National Chairman, Barrister Sly Ezeokenwa, opined that Abiodun outlined a comprehensive but brief agenda for their discussion, encompassing critical sectors that will impact the nation’s development and citizens’ well-being. The issues on the agenda include:

1. Security: This encompasses national security, public safety, and strategies to address insecurity challenges

2. Infrastructure: This includes physical structures like roads, bridges, airports, and seaports, as well as social infrastructure like healthcare, education, and water

3. Food Security and Agriculture: This focuses on ensuring adequate food production, processing, and distribution, as well as sustainable agricultural practices.

4. Transportation: This covers the development of transportation systems, including roads, railways, waterways, and air transport.

5. Devolution of Powers: This likely refers to the decentralization of power from the central government to states or regions, aiming to enhance regional autonomy
and decision-making.

    These agenda items are crucial for the country’s progress, and thorough discussions and effective implementation plans are essential to drive meaningful change.

    Note: This brief article is written on behalf of Barrister Sly Ezeokenwa, the APGA, National Chairman

    Nduka Anyanwu