Ikpeazu declares state of emergency on Environmental Sanitation

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The Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu, PhD has declared a State of Emergency on Environmental Sanitation in response to the increasing challenges of waste management in some parts of the State. 
Consequently, the Governor will, in a matter of days, sign an Executive Order to create distinct Waste Management Authorities in the following Metropolitan Local Government Areas of the State - Aba North,  Aba South,  Osisioma Ngwa, Obingwa, Ugwunagbo, Umuahia South and Umuahia North. 
Local Government Waste Managers shall be appointed immediately to superintendent over  these Waste Management Authorities in the  specified Local Government Areas. 
Effective from today, Friday, 27th September 2019, the Governor shall, for four weeks, PERSONALLY  take over and coordinate Waste Management activities in the entire Aba Metropolis to restore sanity and discipline in the entire Waste Management System within the emergency period. 
Onyebuchi Ememanka, Esq 
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor.
27th September, 2019.

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