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We have affected positively every facet of infrastructure in Abia – Gov Ikpeazu




Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, has restated that his administration is prioritizing the wants of the individuals when it comes to infrastructure growth of the state.


The governor, who made this identified on Sunday throughout a zoom assembly organized by the Abia Media Discussion board, mentioned sources of the state should be correctly channeled to deal with elementary wants of the individuals.

He said that the state authorities was working in direction of placing up a dry port at Ntigha to facilitate ease of doing enterprise in Aba and the state at giant.

Governor Ikpeazu famous that the state wouldn’t soar into building of any airport simply because different states are doing so.

In keeping with the governor, majority of the residents journey on highway which makes the development of roads throughout the state extra necessary.

“We should have a look at the wants of our individuals earlier than embarking on any mission.

“Many of the roads we constructed are nonetheless standing and would stand the take a look at of time. We have now affected positively all side of state infrastructure: schooling, well being care, highway, agriculture, SME, and so on. Our goal is to go away the state higher than we met it,” he mentioned.

The governor famous that his administration is working to make sure that problems with safety within the state are correctly addressed stressing that the Southeast safety outfit, Ebubeagu would assist in curbing the deteriorating safety state of affairs within the area.

On the problems of herdsmen and farmers disaster, the governor mentioned his administration was proactive in making certain that the state Assemble set up legal guidelines prohibiting open grazing.

“We have now a regulation on open grazing. Other than Benue State, Abia was the primary to cross the Anti-Open Grazing regulation within the nation. We’re tackling prison herdsmen from different elements of the nation and sub-region. We’re implementing the regulation.”

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