Abia State Governor Chief Theodore Orji has urgedÂ people of the State residing in China to be good ambassadors. In a statement signed by the CPS, Ugo Emezue. The Governor in a town hall meeting, told Abians in China to be law abiding and shun the urge to trade drugs. According to Chief Orji,Â Abians are noted for integrity, hard work, and excellence as such they should not do anything that will bring shame to the State.
He pleaded with those of them who have factories in Guangzhou and other cities in China to replicate it in Aba, Umuahia and Ohafia. He assured them of security back home even as reeled out his numerous legacy projects that elicited thunderous applause. Governor stated that he would return to China inÂ future to consolidate the new relationship being established during the visit.Â Leaders of Abia Progressive Unions present lauded the Governor for his achievements and promised to come home and invest.
The Special Adviser on Diaspora Matters, Kingsley Megwara and Chairman Chief Eleanya Okoroji accompanied the Governor visit to China