Ugwuavor, one of the Aro villages formerly immersed in one controversy or the other, has now become a united and more progressive village, according to Forster Osita Nwosu, a former youth leader, in an exclusive interview with Aro News in Arochukwu.
Explaining more during the twenty-minute interview, Forster pointed out that the beautification of the central roundabout of the village square and fixing the security light around the place had been carried out by the youths. The youths had also written and mounted the ‘Welcome to Ugwuavor’ village sign-board, all under his leadership, aimed at locating the ‘metropolitan village’ of Arochukwu town, as nearly all other villages are represented in the village in residence.
He further said that the youths had also ‘lighted’ the borehole around the Anglican Cathedral Road, pointing out further that there was no more ‘commercial’ selling of (pieces) of land in the village of Ugwuavor as that had been outlawed (as initiated by Chuks Orji), a former youth leader too. He went ahead to say that the national youth congress of the village was slated to hold this September, and would still hold as scheduled at the village hall where all the youths of the village (both male and female) were expected to attend, including those living outside the village.
He finally revealed that acts of secret cultism, stealing of any sort in the village, involvement of the youths in other vices were now checked throughout the village.