Activities of Her Excellency

H.E, Chief T.A. Orji speech at the ...

February 20, 2013

A SPEECH PRESENTED BY HIS EXCELLENCY, CHIEF T. A. ORJI (OCHENDO), EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR ABIA STATE, ON THE OCCASION OF THE 1ST MADE-IN-ABIA PRODUCT EXHIBITION, HOLDING AT THE IBEKU HIGH SCHOOL, UMUAHIA, ON THE 19TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2013     PROTOCOLS     DISTINGUISHED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!   I am very proud to be Read More →

Abians help fight Cancer

February 14, 2013

Cancer known medically as a “malignant neoplasm” is a broad group of various diseases involving unregulated cell growth which mostly causes death if not detected and treated early. The rate at which people die because of this deadly disease is perhaps the reason why every February 4th is observed globally Read More →

The Merciful and Soul-lifting New Y ...

January 12, 2013

On the first day of January 2013, an annual ritual of our first ladies at the federal and state levels opened our eyes to some obscure and oppressive human situations. As an annual event, first ladies visit hospitals to take delivery and welcome the first newborn in the New Year. Read More →

The Wife of the Governor, Mrs Mercy ...

December 12, 2012

The wife of Abia state Governor, Lady Mercy Odochi Orji has inaugurated a three bedroom bungalow built for an indigent widow, Mrs. Best Ekoba Alozie of Abayi, Ohanze, ObiNgwa Local Government area of the state. Commissioning the bungalow, Lady Orji stated that by the completion of the bungalow, her office Read More →

Abia State Government deepens its c ...

December 12, 2012

Abia State government and four United Nations Health agencies (UNH4) have pledged to deepen their areas of partnership in their commitment to further promote maternal and infant mortality rate, exclusive breastfeeding, safe pregnancy delivery and optimal care for the new born baby in the state.                  Restating this commitment during a Read More →

The wife of the Governor, Mrs Mercy ...

December 12, 2012

About 12,603 Human Infected Virus (HIV) persons in Abia state are to receive government minimal support services as part of commitment towards the reducing the rate of infection and eradication of HIV/AIDS in the state. The wife of the governor, Lady Mercy Odochi Orji dropped this hint on Monday in Read More →