Abia infrastructural decay: Kalu preaches hope, as he commend Ikpeazu


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Chairman Stercoll group worldwide, Chief Emeka Charles Kalu (ECK) has commended Governor Okezie Ikpeazu-led government for the level of the work being done in Aba, the commercial city of Abia State.

Chief Kalu who was on tour in Aba yesterday, noted that a lot needed to be done to bring the city back to its pride of place.

He decried the height of infrastructural decay and level of negligence, he saw, while touring some parts of Aba, therefore, he called on the people residing in the city to keep hope alive that help is on the way.

According to him, Abia needs a capable hand that will carry all part of the state along, so that some part of the state will not feel neglected nor abandoned, as it's what is being experienced today in Abia.


Speaking of Ikpeazu's achievement in the State after he toured round some major places in Aba, Umuahia, and other parts of Abia, Chief Kalu said; "Ikpeazu's government is doing its best, but have not met up with the expectations of the majority of the Abians judging by what is on ground.

He added that Abians need a better governance and they are worth to experience it.

Abacityblog recalled that since Ikpeazu emerged as Abia State governor, his focus has been to develop Aba, but there are lots of things he needs to be done to get Abia right.

Recently, he flagged of the construction of Flyover in Osisioma junction, but investigations proved that over two months now, nothing is going on the site.

Following his inabilities, the All Progressive Congress, APC, Abia State chapter has served him a quit notice pending 2019, to vacate office.

According to Abia APC, Ikpeazu's government has proven to be incapable of handling the state affairs, adding that the membership of the APC in Abia State is fast growing and as such, the party is prepared to take over the state in 2019.

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