We Will Leave Behind An Infrastructural Viable Abia Before 2023—Ikpeazu



Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has assured that his adminstration would live behind an infrastructural viable Abia before the expiration of his tenure in 2023.


Governor Ikpeazu who was speaking at the 2nd session of the 17th Synod of the Angican Diocese of Aba held at the St Philip’s Anglican Church,Eziukwu Aba,said his adminstration is not done with construction of road projects in the state until his last day in office.

He assured that the present government would complete the Faulks,Cemetery,Omuma and other Road Projects under construction before May 29th 2023.


The Governor noted that his adminstration has made tremendous achievements in infrastructural development since he assumed office in 2015 which he attributed to the earnest prayers of great men of God and urged them to champion the spiritual rebirth and prosperity for a new Abia.


Describing the theme of this year’s Synod,”Occupy Till I Come”, as apt, Governor Ikpeazu said it is a call to duty and responsibility adding that Christians would give account to God for responsibilities entrusted to them on the last day.

He advised the electorates to hold candidates for the forth coming 2023 general elections accountable especially those who make bogus promises .


Addressing the congregation, the Abia PDP Governorship candidate for the 2023 General Election, Professor Uche Ikonne identified himself with the sterling achievements of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu in the state and noted that the Governor has broken the jinx of stagnation in the state thus ushering in economic prosperity and promised to consolidate on the gains of the present administration if elected the next Governor.

In an address, the Anglican Bishop of Aba, the Rt Rev Christian Ugwuzor lauded Governor Okezie Ikpeazu for completing the first Abia Interchange which has improved the aesthetics of the Osisioma junction as well aided free flow of traffic in the area in addition to the his infrastructural revolution in Aba the economic nerve center.


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