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Governor Ikpeazu inspects Aba-Owere ...

December 7, 2016

Work in progress: Governor Okezie Ikpeazu today on road inspection tour of Aba-Owere Road and Faulks Road in Aba.

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Governor Ikpeazu has commissioned t ...

November 30, 2016

The Governor used the occasion to flag off the construction of 170km rural roads across the 17 LGAs in Abia State. Each LGA in Abia will get 10km making it 170kms for the 17 LGAs. It is expected that the phase of rural road construction will be completed before 2019. Read More →

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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu inspects th ...

November 19, 2016

A New highway opening soon in Arochukwu forest Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, his Deputy, Hon Udo Oko Chukwu and his Commissioner for Works Hon Eziuche Ubani during inspection of the 7km Bende-Idima Abam Road in Arochukwu LGA of the State. The road which is 60% completed, is the Read More →

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AfDB team visits Abia, inspects Fed ...

July 13, 2016

A delegation from the Headquarters of the African Development Bank (AfDB) in Abidjan, led by Mr. Mwila Aeron Katambula, the Bank’s Transport Specialist, is currently in Abia State for the final lap of talks between Abia State Government and AfDB on some developmental projects of interest to the bank in Read More →

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Ikpeazu flags off 4.6km Faulks Road

June 23, 2016

Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has flagged off the reconstruction of 4.6km Faulks Road in Aba. The road, which begins from Brass Junction by Aba-Owerri Road through Ukwu-mango to Aba-Port Harcourt Expressway will be reconstructed by Setraco Construction. Apart from the 4.6km Faulks Road, Setraco will also construct a Read More →

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Five new roads commissioned in Aba ...

June 9, 2016

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has disclosed that most of the roads being built by his government in Aba are designed to create access to strategic markets in the city with a view to enhancing the economic development of the state. The Governor who stated this during the commissioning of five roads Read More →