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A speech delivered by H.E. T.A Orji ...

October 9, 2013

A SPEECH PRESENTED BY HIS EXCELLENCY, CHIEF T. A. ORJI (OCHENDO), GOVERNOR ABIA STATE, ON THE OCCASION OF THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONY OF 24 NEW HONORABLE COMMISSIONERS OF ABIA STATE GOVERNMENT AND MEMBERS OF THE STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, HOLDING AT THE MICHAEL OKPARA AUDITORIUM, UMUAHIA, ON THE 8™ OCTOBER, 2013 PROTOCOLS Read More →

Abia State 2014 budget estimate def ...

September 10, 2013

H.E. Chief Theodore Orji has flagged off the 2014 Budget Estimate Defence with a charge on Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in the State to ensure that budget data is captured in the required degree of detail, with the source and reason for every transaction identified. Declaring the session open, Read More →

The 2013 Democracy Day Speech by Hi ...

May 29, 2013

THE 2013 DEMOCRACY DAY SPEECH PRESENTED TO ABIANS, BY HIS EXCELLENCY CHIEF T. A. ORJI (OCHENDO), GOVERNOR ABIA STATE, DELIVERED AT THE UMUAHIA TOWNSHIP STADIUM, UMUAHIA, ON THE 29TH DAY OF MAY, 2013 PROTOCOLS DISTINGUISHED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN                                                Just this morning, I made a goodwill broadcast to the good Read More →

Harnessing our regional abundances& ...

April 2, 2013

The sustained agitation for the manifestation of our regional selling points has never been this feverish. The preponderance of opinions is that it will herald a new vista for Nigeria, if faithfully embraced. Again, it appears to be a prescription, which will strengthen the professed indivisibility, which our country is Read More →

Contemporary Strategic Political Tr ...

March 26, 2013

  When a comparison is made between the application of federalism in Nigeria and other democratic climes, it becomes very clear that Nigeria’s style of federalism is just unique. As it is known the world over, a federal system of government, allows the confederating units within the polity to be Read More →

New Horizon on Aba…T.A. Orji

March 16, 2013

  A lot has been said about Aba, the commercial destination of Nigeria. I am not about to join issues with all the various positions that may have been advocated, whether for or against. But I will reiterate our avowal as publicly pledged, during the inauguration of our mandate, to Read More →