Imo State governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has commissioned a gigantic water project christened: “Imo Rescue Mission Free Water”, built by the new management of Imo Transport Company (ITC).
Represented by the new Managing Director of ITC, Mr. Emeka Duru, Okorocha said the gesture would go a long way to alleviating the water problem in the company and the entire neighbourhood.
He applauded Global Ginikana Services Ltd, the new managers of the state-owned transport company for its commitment to making, the ITC, the best road transport company in the country, and added that the team had deeply implemented the rescue mission agenda in its management style.
Meanwhile, Mr. Duru who later spoke to reporters on his capacity as Managing Director of ITC, disclosed that his company had been in control of ITC management for over four months and revealed that they were to manage the company for 10 years under the agreement with the state government in which they paid N200m to the government.
He added that the concession was aimed at ensuring sound management of the company, comfort of passengers and creation of employment for Imo people.
He also revealed that his company had set up a fuel dump for ITC buses and plans to establish car wash centre in the premises as another way to save money and time, maintaining that in the next six months, Imo State would have an investment of N2.5 Billion in ITC, which according to him, would create more employment opportunities and revenue for the state.