Profile of Mrs. Bessie Ikpeazu (May 7, 1928 – November 29, 2015) Mrs. Bessie Ikpeazu (Nee Nwagwu) was born on May 7th 1928 to Mr. Nwagwu Anaba and Mrs. Mabel Nwagwu of Umuafor village in Obingwa L.G.A of Abia State. Mama’s father died in 1944 when she was 16 years Read More →
Strength Amidst Challenges. Theme: What should have caused a low morale and dampen the spirit of a leader has rather come to be an inspirational obsession for Governor Ikpeazu. His passion for service to Abia People has remained unshaken and unwavering and will remain so. The regime of projects and Read More →
Abia State Government says it is poised to connect communities with agricultural prospects in the Senatorial zones of the State with access roads. Commissioner for Works, Eziuche Ubani who disclosed this during the inspection of roads in Bende LGA prior to their flag off by the Governor said the measure Read More →
Abia Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu assenting the Abia State Internal Revenue Amendment no 2 Law of 2016 and Abia State Public Private Partnership and Investment Promotion into law.
The Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has flagged off the construction of four additional roads in Aba, the commercial nerve centre of the state bringing the total number of roads currently being undertaken by his administration in Aba in the last seven months to 29. The roads flagged off by the Read More →
ABIA STATE GOVERNOR CONDEMNS ATTEMPT TO DISTURB THE PEACE IN THE STATE Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu has condemned today’s incidence in Aba where a protest by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) was allowed to degenerate into public disturbance. The Governor frowns at the disobedience to Read More →
Many had thought or even envisaged that the Owerri court of appeal verdict that nullified Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s election declaring his closest rival and governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance(APGA), Alex Otti, elected governor of Abia State would have slowed down the pace of many ongoing roads construction Read More →