Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, has called on Abians to use the opportunity of the 2019 Easter celebration to share God’s love. He said “As God’s children, this celebration has provided us another opportunity to share God’s love. I urge us, for it is the right thing to do, Read More →
The Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has approved the constitution of a works and project evaluation committee. Members of the Committee are: Rt. Hon. Eziuche Ubani -chairman Hon. John Okiyi Kalu-secretary Hon. Obinna Oriaku Hon. Aham Uko Hon. Emma Nwabuko Mr. Chinenye Nwogu The committee is to review Read More →
At the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) Awards held at the Presidential Villa, Abia State was recognised as one of the 5 States in Nigeria to have made drastic improvements on the World Bank Ease of Doing Business Ranking.
Newly Elected Members of the 7th Abia State House of Assembly Aba North (PDP) Bende South (PDP) Ikwuano (PDP) Isiala Ngwa North (PDP) Isiala Ngwa South (PDP) Obingwa East (PDP) Obingwa West (PDP) Ohafia North (PDP) Ohafia South (PDP) Osisioma Ngwa North (PDP) Osisioma Ngwa South (PDP) Ugwunagbo (PDP) Ukwa Read More →
The Abia State House of Assembly has passed the 2019 appropriation bill into law. The sum of One Hundred and Forty Billion, Two Hundred and Seven Million, Three Hundred and seventy one thousand, two hundred and ninety naira (140,207,311,290) only was appropriated for the services of the Government of Abia Read More →
A friend from a sister state asked me how Governor Ikpeazu is getting money for his numerous projects in Abia after I showed him this document (see picture) listing out more than a thousand of Ikpeazu’s projects executed in all the wards of Abia State within his first 4 years. Read More →
Last Friday at the APC rally in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, APC National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole made some very careless statements when he said that the government of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu diverted the bail out funds and Paris Club refunds paid to Abia State by the Federal Government. Read More →