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Peter Obi hails Nigerian architect honoured in Canada for neighborhood improvement

A former presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has congratulated Emeka Nnadi, a Nigerian architect and neighborhood chief, on his recognition in Canada for his excellent contributions to neighborhood improvement and societal development.

Obi made this identified in a press release on his social media account on Sunday.

Emeka Nnadi was honoured with a neighborhood park named after him in Winnipeg’s Bridgwater neighbourhood, Canada, for his exceptional achievements.

Obi praised Nnadi’s transformation of the Bridgwater space from farmland to thriving neighbourhoods, demonstrating the affect of dedicated management on nationwide improvement.

He inspired Nnadi and different Nigerians within the diaspora to proceed being ambassadors of Nigeria and contribute to the nation’s development, emphasizing the potential of Nigeria’s youths to drive improvement with the fitting management.

He wrote, “I lately learn an inspiring story a couple of Canadian-based Nigerian, famend architect and neighborhood chief, Emeka Nnadi, who had a neighborhood park named after him in Winnipeg’s Bridgwater, Canada, as a consequence of his immense contributions to neighborhood improvement and societal development.

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“According to studies, the famend Nigerian architect helped to develop the Bridgwater space, by remodeling what in 2006 was roughly 600 hectares of provincially owned farmland into a number of neighbourhoods with hundreds of properties.

“This is why I’ve persistently maintained that dedicated management, which is able to construct a productive nation for our teeming youths, stays vital for nationwide improvement.

“With the very numerous array of abilities, abilities and vitality among the many youths, we’ve all it takes to place our pricey nation on the trail of improvement, given the fitting management.

“I congratulate Emeka Nnadi for his excellent contribution to neighborhood improvement in Canada, which earned him this recognition.

“I encourage him, and different Nigerians within the diaspora, to stay good ambassadors of our pricey nation, and proceed to contribute to our nationwide improvement, as we construct the New Nigeria which is feasible.

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