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The 2012 Budget as Presented by  Gov.T.A. Orji

The 2012 Budget as Presented by Go ...

December 19, 2011

2012 Budget

The decisions taken by the Executiv ...

December 15, 2011

The Executive council of Abia State Government met on Wednesday 14th December, 2011, under the statutory Chairmanship of His Excellency, Governor Theodore A. Orji. The following decisions were taken by the council; That adequate sensitization exercise be carried out via the media to persuade Hausa / Fulani herdsmen, whose herd Read More →

YULETIDE SEASON FREE TRANSPORT SCHE ...

December 12, 2011

Abia State indigenes who are planning to come back home for the Christmas and New Year festivities can now heave a sigh of relief as the governor Chief T.A Orji has decided to write off their transportation cost for those wishing to travel by bus. In a press statement by Read More →

Abia State House of Assembly Commit ...

November 1, 2011

    1. SELECT 100 COMMITTEE THE SPEAKER                                                                     –              CHAIRMAN THE DEPUTY SPEAKER                                                    –              MEMBER THE LEADER                                                                        –              ‘’ THE DEPUTY LEADER                                                       –              ‘’ THE WHIP                                                                            –              ‘’ THE DEPUTY WHIP                                                           –              ‘’ HON. BARR NKEM UCHE                                                   –              ‘’ HON. PRINCEWILL CHILAKA                                         –              ‘’ HON. IKEDI EZEKWESIRI                                                              –              Read More →

SUMMARY OF ABIA STATE INDIGENES SAC ...

October 21, 2011

ENUGU STATE   2010 Department number of worker 1.  Government House                                                              16 2.  Cabinet Office                                                                     Read More →