Abians Cry Out as Governor Okezie Ikpeazu is declared missing



Abia State Current Governor, His Excellency Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has been declared missing in Action by Abians.

The Tragedy and suffering in Abia Land seems not to end soon because the Governor haven’t done enough for the Abians.

THE PLATFORM NEWS also reviewed the performance of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu since he resumed office and we discovered that most of his election campaign promises are yet to be achieved.

We honestly feel the Governor sleeps more because he has an attribute of slow pace of work, Most roads that the government started are yet to be completed apart from Ominyi drive and a few others. Even the road leading to the governor’s village, Ururuka from Obikabia Junction is yet to be completed which is a huge disappointment to him and his cabinet.

We felt The governor will completely tackle the environmental challenges facing Abia state after his former office as Deputy General Manager of the Abia State Environmental Protection Agency, ASEPA, he has not been able to tackle the issue of environmental sanitation in the state. The problem of gabbage disposal in the commercial city of Aba remains intractable. Although there has been improvement in the area, Aba is still relatively dirty and this has been blamed on the poor funding of ASEPA, the agency responsible for refuse disposal in the state. The agency lacks adequate gabbage disposal equipment, vehicles, staff and other logistics to properly carry out its duties.

Workers welfare is hit an all-time low in many agencies and parastatals in the state: For example, Abia Polytechnic workers and staff of state university teaching hospital went on Christmas break without pay as they are being owed seven months salaries.  Similarly, local government workers and staff of the state broadcasting media outfit, BCA, have not been paid for about months.

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The governor has not done anything noticeable in the health sector. The state University Teaching Hospital is almost comatose. The primary health care service is in a poor and shabby condition across the state.

We urge Governor Okezie Ikpeazu to sit up and work for Abia State…

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  1. Benneth Oyinna

    February 27, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    Sometimes I wonder how people reason from their anus. This is a governor who has been going to court from quarter to quarter with one useless opposition or the other and consistently think the verdict may make him loose the seat. Simultaneously fixing all the sectors in Abia may eventually lead to borrowing money from banks and other financial institutions. Now tell me how he can borrow with his seat constantly under contest by some mischievous politicians. He must sit well before he can see well.

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