It was indeed a quality service delivery for the people of Alaba International Market from Evangelist Pauline Ugochukwu led administration. Ugochukwu has served the good people of IMAE as their Chairman. Within his short period of time in office, he has been able to serve and deliver more than expectations on his mandate.
He has been able to manage the outstanding debt owed to PHCN and LAWMA by previous administration in the sum of N15 million which has made his style of leadership an exceptional.
Within this short period of two years in office as chairman of IMAE, he has been able to rebuild the collapsed structures of the Sanitation Task force team, acquired a new leister generator for the IMAE Secretariat with the sum of N7 million, construction of Celebration Plaza with shops with modern amenities like toilet etc.
Similarly, Evang. Ugochukwu was able to procure 4 Toyota cars for the founding fathers of the association that are still alive. He also acquired a modern firefighting truck to safeguard the market. He was able to offset the outstanding debt owed to PHCN by 80% in the sum of N12 million and N3 million to LAWMA.
In addition to his feats, he was able to provide COVID-19 palliative to cushion the effects of the pandemic on members and others within Alaba community to the tune of about N10 million. He also created a suitable working environment between committee members, Alaba markers, security operatives, government officials such as SON, FIRS, OJO LG, LASG among others. He also liaise with the PHCN officials in improving the level of power supply to the market.
More so, he also promote the level of discipline among the Committee members, construction of clinic with modern facilities to cater for the medical needs of members, their families, customers among others. In making the clinic a functional a stand-by ambulance was was provided by the Evang. Ugochukwu led administration.
His administration also organised different prayer session for the market by inviting various clerics to conduct prayers to mention but few: Rev. Fr. Chidolue Don, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, Rev. Dr. A. Mmadubiko among others.
He also drew the attention of government to the flooding situations of the environment whenever it rained, which has led to damages of properties of members and the community at large and pleaded with both local and state government to come to their aid by providing canal and drainages for easy flow of water. He has taken steps by calling on government to work on the delapidated roads in Alaba. Alaba market is an international market with its customers coming from different parts of the world and must be in international standard, he stated.