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Imagine the economic development in and around Aba with steady power supply; all within our mission of achieving sustainable development
We deserve clean air to breathe and a sustain-able future that is responsive to challenges by climate change.
Will provide employment; Reduce food costs and result in a financial cost saving to consumers.
Water is at the heart of adaptation to climate change, it is the link between the climate, and human society.
We will offer skills training to our women and youth in order to better equip them in technology and small business development
As the business, trading and creativity center of entire south eastern Nigeria and attracting business across west Africa, Aba,will get a special status. It will be rebuilt to a world-class city.
The youths of any community and nation offer a quick picture of where that community is headed. Abia State governments have failed our vibrant youth population. I have given thousands of them opportunities; I will do more as Governor!
To accelerate the infrastructural and human capital development of Abia State by providing effective, efficient, accountable and transparent governance that will advance the social wellbeing, as well as improve the living conditions and standards of our people.
My dear brother (Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu),
Facts on ground show that Abia Civil Servants are presently owed up to ten months salary arrears, while pensioners are owed up to sixteen (16) months pension arrears. I do not intend to delve into the issues of Leave Allowances and Gratuity which are also as neglected as Salary and Pension.
I chose to make this passionate appeal at this point in time because facts available show that the situation has become very critical and pathetic for serving and retired Abia civil servants.
Like me, I am sure you must have read or been informed of series of reports concerning the untimely, and avoidable deaths of Abia civil servants and pensioners who had need to take care of their health, but had no money, because government chose to owe them unjustly.
I do not just read this sad situation only in the newspapers and on social media, I get text messages and calls that are painful and very pathetic, and which convinced me that the situation has indeed taken a dangerous dimension and thus must not be allowed to continue.
(This is part 1 of 3)