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  • NULGE Lauds Ikpeazu Over Abia Council Elections

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    The President of the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) Comrade Ibrahim Khaleel has extolled the courage of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State   in conducting local government council election which many of his counterparts were shying away from. He said that as the second governor in the federation to do so, he has…

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  • Shippers’ Council Signs Contract For Construction Of Dry Port In Abia

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    The Nigerian Shippers Council  (NSC) has  signed an agreement for the  construction, procurement and management  of a dry port located at Ntigha in Isialangwa North LGA  of Abia state. The   agreement  which  was  signed in Aba by the contractors, Eastgate Ltd and BRJ &Associates,  and  witnessed by the State Governor, Dr   Okezie Ikpeazu will  finally  …

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  • 2019: APC Plots To Take Over Abia From PDP

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    Ahead of the 2019  elections,  the All Progressives Party (APC)   in Abia State has mapped out  strategies of wrestling  power from the ruling PDP by engaging its aggrieved  members in reconciliation meetings. Their first port of  call was the residence of the  strongman of Abia politics and member,  Board of Trustees of APC, Prince Benjamin…

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  • Ikpeazu Commences Construction Of 170km Roads In Abia

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    In fulfilment of his campaign promise to open up the rural areas to enhance their economic development, Abia state Governor,Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has flagged off the construction of 170 km roads across the 17 Local Government Areas. In the construction of the roads under the state government rural road programme , the governor said each…

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  • Governor Ikpeazu Calls For End To Solidarity Visits

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    Abia  state governor, Dr.  Okezie Ikpeazu,  has called for an end to the  numerous solidarity visits and rallies to drum support for him since the verdict of the Abuja High Court  by Justice Okon Abang,  which nullified his election as governor  of the state and directed the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to issue a…

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  • FG Urged To Enforce Ban On Rice Importation

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    The Abia State commissioner for Agriculture and a former member of the House of Representatives, Chief  Uzo  Azubuike, has urged the federal government to  sustain the ban on importation of rice and other  foods easily produced in the country irrespective of pressure from any interest groups The Azubuike maintained that “Given the huge food import…

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  • Attempts To Remove Me, A Civilian Coup – Ikpeazu

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    Abia State governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has said it is an infringement of his fundamental human rights and  the Constitution of Nigeria any  device that  makes  it impossible for him  appeal the judgment of Justice Okon Abang of  the Federal High Court, Abuja. He likened it to a civilian coup. The governor who stated this at…

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  • Protests Trail Nullification Of Ikpeazu’s Election

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    The transition committee chairman of Isiala Ngwa North local government area of Abia state, Chief Ginger Onwusibe, has condemned the nullification of the election of the state governor Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, by the Appeal Court sitting in Owerri, describing the Appeal Court’s cancellation of poll results in Isiala Ngwa North, Osisioma and Obingwa council areas…

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  • Abia Varsity: Centre Of Blood, Tears And Pains

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    The  Abia State University Uturu (ABSU), will  go down in history of universities across the world  as one of the tertiary institutions where some students learn how to kill their fellow students instead of reading their books to acquire degrees and diplomas, and subsequently contribute to national development and  human progress. On March 13, 2016,  …

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