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Abia State: Ikpeazu appoints 238 aides to rig election - says Chief Reagan Ufomba


Abia State: Why Ikpeazu’s priorities and strategy are wrong - Reagan Ufomba
L-R: Chief Reagan Ufomba and Governor Okezie Ikpeazu
Chief Reagan Ufomba has advised Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State to revisit some of his strategies in executing some of the state projects that matters most.

The former guber candidate said governor Ikpeazu’s priorities and strategy are wrong following his recent flagged-off of building more schools across the state, and the Osisioma flyover, Aba, which is yet to be executed.

In a Facebook post, Ufomba opined that Instead of build a flyover, Ikpeazu should have fixed existing roads, and instead of build more schools he should have also equipped the existing ones.

ALSO READ: Reagan to Ikpeazu: 'Pay Compensation To Owners Of Demolished Buildings In Aba'

According to him; "You do not admit a coma patient in a maternity ward, but at the Emergency unit. She cannot put to bed safely unless a cesarean is conducted.

"Abia was in severe coma when he took over in 2015, and has no business with a Flyover and dismantling of people’s houses at this time when existing roads in Aba are horrible.

"Faced with a dangerously dwindled  revenue, several months of unpaid workers salaries, pensions and gratuities only a proper diagnosis, and strategic prioritization was required.

"Instead of build a flyover I prefer he fixes existing roads, instead of build more schools I prefer he equips existing ones, and merges scantily populated others, instead of appoint 238 aides at extra costs to rig election, I prefer his good works rigs for him.

"These are flipflops requiring better coordination.

"Ikpeazu had few factors working in his favour, I hope he does not fritter them away.



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