Alex Otti, Abia state governor has met with executives of Fidelity banks where both agreed to work and strengthen partnerships on vital infrastructural needs in the state.
This, they agreed, the infrastructure work would Include roads, schools, and hospitals, which go beyond the state’s lone funding capability.
Mr. Otti disclosed this in a post via his verified X account formally known as Twitter on Thursday.
The governor described the visit of the bank executives which was led by Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe, the Group Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, as a pleasure insisting that his government is committed to strengthening relationships with the private sector.
He said Mrs Onyeali-Ikpe expressed her satisfaction with the positive developments in Abia since our administration began.
“It was a pleasure to host Mrs Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe, the Group Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, and her team as we continue to strengthen our relationship with the private sector.
“During our meeting, Mrs. Onyeali-Ikpe expressed her satisfaction with the positive developments in Abia since our administration began.
“She emphasized that rebuilding Abia is a collective task and that Fidelity Bank would be keen to contribute to our dear state’s success story.
He said the bank has expressed willingness to support infrastructural projects in his state.
“The bank’s aim is to support our infrastructural and industrial growth, propelling Abia to new heights. Mrs Onyeali-Ikpe recognized the vital infrastructure needs in Abia, such as roads, schools, and hospitals, which go beyond the state’s lone funding capability.
“She stressed the need for robust support from institutions like Fidelity Bank to meet these demands.
“I am confident that with our shared vision for progress, this collaboration will drive Abia’s growth and development.