LG Boss Applauds Association Over Building Materials Market

The Chairman of Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State, Hon. Samuel Nwanosike, has expressed excitement over the sitng of a building materials market within his enclave by the Garden City Building Materials Dealers Association, GCBMDA, Port Harcourt.
The excitement was on display recently when the executive members of GCBMDA paid a courtesy visit to the chairman in his office in Isiokpo, the council headquarters.
Welcoming them at the Ikwerre Local Government Headquarters complex, Hon. Nwanosike thanked the executive members of the association for the courtesy visit.
“I thank the chairman and executive members of Garden City Building Materials Dealers Association for this August visit to Ikwerre Local Government Area headquarters.
“Your visit to us is timely, the local government area is now the investor’s haven. There is no Real Estate Developer that has no business in Ikwerre Local Government Area, because it is safe to do business. Now we have stopped all forms of double taxation, we have stopped intimidation. Request for matching grounds, and all sort of illegal levies and taxations have stopped. Our office and phone numbers are open for 24 hours for anybody to come or to call for any form of intimidation from anybody, because if your business does well that means we are also doing well,’’ he posited.
The former spokesperson of PDP in Rivers State expressed the hope that the presence of the market will enhance the living conditions of inhabitants of the local government area, stressing that it’s God’s gift to the local government area.
“We are glad that your market is sited in Ikwerre LGA, because it is going to create direct and indirect job opportunities to the people of the LGA. We know that your presence in Ikwerre Local Government Area will enhance the economy of the area. It will enable easier access to building materials, will reduce cost to purchase building materials and attract urbanisation in the LGA. This is the greatest gift we have gotten since after Nigeria independence,’’ he added.

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