Following speculation making round  that Governor Hope Uzodinma, may eventually inaugurate his new executive any time next week, Imolites have raised curiosity as to what they will benefit. 

 Watchdog reports after opinion sample conducted in the State capital Owerri,  revealed the the second term will be no joke. 

 Even some of the Commissioner designates accosted for comments said the governor is  poised to step up development of  the state beyond what was achieved in the previous administration.

 Commending governor Uzodinma for his policy of inclusive government, a Commissioner designate, Hon. Modestus Osakwe, said time for politicking is gone.

 He said now the  governor decided to carry members of opposition along in governance they will support the administration for people driven leadership instead of playing party politics.

Major problems the respondents identified would require prompt action, are the five kilometres roads cutting across communities in all local government areas, which the governor approved in his first term, and tackling of locations susceptible to natural disaster now the rainy season approaches.

On his part, former Commissioner for Environment, Bar. Chucks Emenike Major, said most communities in the hinterlands battles severe erosion threats which, according to him; some were handled during his twelve months tenure of office, in the immediate past government.

He disclosed that apart from Anambra, Imo State is the highest erosion prone area in the entire south east.

 He said erosion control work initiated by the ministry under his supervision at Onuimo and  Ogboko in Orlu areas of the state were completed while work is ongoing at Ogwa erosion spots 

Concerning erosion devastation at Ugiri Ike, in Isiala Mbano, and that of Ideato LGA , Emenike lamented enormity of the threat it posed to lives and properties around the location, making  it beyond state government capacity to carry.

Though he disclosed synergy between the federal and state government to tackle it.

Still on erosion he  confirmed that Ugiri Nna in Isiala Mbano LGA will also receive attention as soon as the new cabinet comes on board.

For Dr. Chimezie Amadi, when asked what he would do differently if eventually brought back to Ministry of Digital Economy and E- governance, said nothing will change because policies and goals of the ministry are auto -run, having expected timelines and outcomes.

He said the pillars of Imo digital economy agenda hinged on monitoring and  evaluation, and restated government stand to continue monitoring space and evaluate progress made on the ministry’s flagship “Skill Up Imo programme”, which is still on course.

He explained that more innovation like tech challenge to job, the connect Imo programme and creation of Imo digital village which the governor emphasized so much will form the cardinal focus of this second administration.

In his words, “we want to build a robust digital infrastructure, a village where those we have trained and those coming for training will be able to access both digital mentorship and opportunities to be able to create wealth with the skills they have been equipped with”.

The communication expert who revealed his ministry trained over 20 thousand youths on various digital economy skill, in the immediate past administration, said the initiative aimed at making Imo the hub of digital skills learning for Africa.

He said more youths will be engaged soon as the government fully takes off and frawn at situation more of ladies volunteer to acquire the skill than the male folks.