My commitment to rebuilding Aba is irrevocable - Ikpeazu

Posted by Onyebuchi Ememanka | 6 years ago | 2,041 times

...says Aba is the melting point of people from parts of the state

Governor of Abia State, Okezie  Ikpeazu, Ph.D. says he will continue to vigorously and relentlessly implement policies and projects that are aimed at rebuilding the city of Aba and returning the town back to its glory days.

Governor Ikpeazu made this known today at the climax of a city-wide rally organized by a group of Aba Youths under the auspices of ACTION FOR DEMOCRACY DIVIDENDS today at Azikiwe Road, Aba.

He said that since his assumption of office, Aba has remained his topmost priority, explaining that while his administration has ensured that every part of the state receives attention, his focus on Aba is a well thought out and deliberate policy because Aba is the melting point of people from parts of the state and indeed, the entire South East. This, according to him, explains the massive investment in infrastructural renewal in the town. 
He also said that the recent reopening and retooling of the Aba General Hospital was part of his grand plans at repositioning the Enyimba City.

While thanking the group for identifying with the modest efforts of his administration, he assured Aba residents that his commitment to rebuilding Aba is irrevocable and irreversible.

He said that work will soon start on Ngwa Road once the drainage line of the ongoing Port Harcourt Road reaches advanced stages, stressing that for effective flood control at Ngwa Road, the drainage channel must be linked with that from Port Harcourt Road. The same channel will connect that of the ongoing Eziukwu-Cemetary Road Project.He said that this was the same principle he is using at Osusu Road which was delayed because he wanted to establish clear drainage channels from Faulks Road which will be linked to Osusu and channeled to the Aba River.

He urged the people of Aba to remain steadfast and ensure they get their PVCs to stop those whose sole intention is to divert attention from the ongoing efforts to reposition our state.

The Leader of the group told the Governor that the event was their own way of appreciating the Governor for his works in Aba assuring him that the people of Aba will massively vote for him in 2019.

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