HAS ORJI UZOR KALU APOLOGIZED TO ABIANS? - Ikechukwu Iroha I read the news article credited to the former Governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, wherein he accused the incumbent Governor of Abia State Dr.Okezie Ikpeazu of not being in charge of his government. OUK went ahead to mention that Ikpeazu still pays attention to Chief T.A.Orji who influences...... read more
Re: Abia State: Enough is Enough - Jude Ndukwe It was with my sincerest sympathies and pity for Alex Otti that I read his infantile tirade against the governor, the government and the good people of Abia State, which he disguised as a speech of intent for his 2019 governorship ambition in Abia State. Reading through the speech, one can...... read more
X-raying the Performance of Gov. Ikpeazu in Agriculture Changing the present economic landscape in the country requires a leadership that is proactive; a leadership that understands the dynamics of change and can formulate responsive actions to deliver a sustainable development. To this end, the governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has taken the bull by the horn by...... read more
Alex Otti and his uninformed minions are same After reading the predictable response of the minions of the defeated 2015 APGA candidate in Abia State to the factual take down of their Principal by Abia State Commissioner of Information, Chief John Okiyi Kalu, in his well articulated piece titled “Fact Speaks for Itself”, it dawned on me that Otti...... read more
Periscoping Ikpeazu’s New Enyimba City-Ebere Uzoukwa After decades of neglect Aba, the famous Enyimba City and – an economic nexus of the Nigerian nation and entrepreneurial hub of the South-East and South-South – is deservedly getting a prioritised attention under Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State. The governor, in a rare display of vision, had undertaken the...... read more
ABIA: Our Small And Medium Scale Entetprise In its most basic form, the anatomy of leadership and good governance is a matter of character and competence. This can be seen in his drive for infrastructural development, which is a key driver for progress and critical enabler of productivity and sustainable economic growth. It also contributes significantly to human...... read more
ABIA:THREE YEARS AFTER UNDER GOV. IKPEAZU (pt2) The part two of this article is set to enumerate how Gov. Ikpeazu is currently running at the velocity speed of high developmental strides towards achieving some of the pillars of his administration. Agriculture for instance, was the mainstay of Nigeria's economy before the discovery of crude oil. From 1960 to...... read more
18th Democracy Day: How has Nigeria faired? On May 29, 2018, Nigerians will celebrate their 18th anniversary of uninterrupted democratic governance which started in the year 2000. It will also mark the third year of Nigeria’s leadership under the All Progressives Party (APC), after 16 years of the nation’s governance under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The day,...... read more
Multi-Party Democracy: Osibanjo, Ikpeazu As Role Models Through a critical appraisal of the conduct and character of the Vice-President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, and Governor Okezie Victor Ikpeazu of Abia State, starting from the moment they assumed leadership positions under the current administration, a discerning mind will objectively deduce a model stirringly redefining governance in the Nigerian multi-party democracy. While...... read more
Item day in aba, my indescribable joy and a heart full of thanks As the mammoth crowd of Item people and their friends gathered today to honour The People’s Governor Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, myself and other illustrious sons of Abia, one exciting memory that reverberated in my mind was BUILD UP TO 2015 when I traversed all Item clan meetings in Aba begging for...... read more
THE REAL PRICE OF “CHANGING THE CHANGE” (1) Top opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members have been granting press interviews and addressing zonal political rallies talking about “CHANGING THE CHANGE” in next year’s general elections, without defining what exactly that means. As the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) gears up to celebrate the completion of three years of the...... read more
Ikpeazu: We can't go back to Babylon Soberly reflecting on present circumstances, Governor Okezie  Ikpeazu of Abia state could very well be likened to the Biblical Nehemiah performing the feat of rebuilding badly dilapidated and broken down Jerusalem (ABIA) to the admiration of all God's people and to the glory of God.Okezie Ikpeazu has broken down stereotypes and...... read more
Buhari's Confusing And Dangerous Rhetoric On Herdsmen It makes one dizzy trying to keep up with President Buhari's shifting, contradictory rhetoric on herdsmen killings. He has alternated between outright denial of herdsmen’s AK-47 possession and suggesting that there could be a new, deadly group of herdsmen, a group with origins outside Nigeria. His position is marked by waffling...... read more
Ikpeazu: Innovating to serve Abians The Ikpeazu administration has recorded incomparable milestone in health delivery in less than 3 years. As of today, each community in Abia state is serviced by one or more of the 292 functional primary healthcare centers in the state. For the 17 Local Government Areas, there are 17 secondary healthcare facilities...... read more
Xenophobic Attacks: Nigerians have shown more love   In this part of the world called Africa, by all records the country that have accommodated another race and non citizens in their country without any form of intimidation are Nigerians. Nigerians can fight a fellow Nigerian in the name of religion or tribe but can not fight or intimidate...... read more
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