Barely 24hrs after the completion of 100 days in office as the Care-taker Chairman of Ado Local Government, Comrade James Oche has received a nod of excellent performance from the Expanded Caucus of Ado’s People Democratic Party (PDP). This happened at the Council Secretariat yesterday 29th September, 2019 after the Council boss presented an account of the stewardship of his administration in different areas of impact.
Ranging from the opening up of the hinter lands and communities of Ado to the renovation of the Ado LG Secretariat and the significant impact in the health sector and other meaningful development within the council.
This score card presented with pictorial proof was at the gathering of political gladiators of the entire local government drawn from the ten council wards.
The council Chairman presented his score card and after which he decorated the MHR of Enone, Hon Francis Ottah as the Oka Leya (meaning Talk & Do)for moving a motion on the floor of the house for the Agila/Ngbo crisis as he promised during his campaign and urged him to do more.
This epoch event was attended by notable sons and daughters of Ado including, Hon Francis Ottah(MHR Enone), Hon (Mrs). Agnes Uloko (Member, representing Ado in BNSHA), Hon S. Aluna Caucus Chairman PDP Ado Caucus, Hon Patrick Ogbu, Elder Otse Onazi, Elder Elias Ekpiri, Hon Otse Otokpa, Hon Alex Ogaba to mention a few.
The torrents of Goodwill messages from the aforementioned stake holders of the local government affirmed the satisfaction of the people with the performance of the Comrade James Oche led council with strong commendations describing the performance within 100 days in office as breathtaking.
Hon Ugbala of the Ekile ward moved a motion for a vote of confidence on the council chairman which was seconded in chorus by the people and advocated that the chairman should reconsider coming back to finish up all he has already started.
The excitement of the day was brought to an end with the unveiling of the two Ambulances refurbished by Hon. Oche for enhancing the health services within the local government by Hon Francis Ottah, MHR Ado/Okpokwu/Ogbadigbo at the National Assembly.