Okey Kanu, the Commissioner for Information and Culture, made the disclosure on Wednesday in Umuahia.
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The Commissioner for Information and Culture, Okey Kanu made the disclosure, while briefing newsmen at the Government House, Umuahia Wednesday.
He described the information as false and a mischievous ploy by the Abia State Government under the leadership of Dr. Alex Otti, which he urged to purge itself of “Ikpeazuphobia” (fear of Ikpeazu) and face the serious business of governance.
Dr. Ikpeazu in a statement on Sunday described the late Professor Irukwu as an “authentic academic Iroko tree”.
Iroha who claimed he decided to speak out, said he needed to do so not because of anything but to carry out personal unsolicited intervention just to put the records straight to the best of his knowledge.
He said this following a statement credited to the immediate past Governor of Abia State, Senator Theodore Orji.
The Governor of Abia State, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu has offered to mediate in the crisis in the State House of Assembly.
He announced this at the 2023 Workers’ Day celebration, with the theme: “Workers rights and socioeconomic justice.”
He stated the Returning Officer betrayed his confidence in INEC through her actions during and after the election.
Governor Ikpeazu made this known on Thursday during an interaction with newsmen at the Governor’s Lodge in Aba.
The former two-term Governor of Abia State announced Ifeoma’s death at 61 in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
I’m okay. I feel very well and I thank God that I’ve run this race to this point and expecting the next phase of my life.
The development was made known by the Secretary to the State Government, Chris Ezem, on Thursday.
Governor Ikpeazu levelled this accusation on Thursday on a Channels Television programme: “Politics Today.”
The Governor made this known today while receiving in audience the South East Inspection Monitoring Team from the National Economic Council.
The Deputy Speaker, Ifeanyi Uchendu, dismissed the rumours on Saturday when he addressed newsmen in Aba.
He said this on Wednesday in a press statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Onyebuchi Ememanka, in Umuahia.
The messages to the Governors-Elect was contained in a statement by the President of the SERG, Willy Ezugwu.
Ikpeazu announced this during a meeting with members of the State National Union of Local Government Employees.
Ichita had sent the letter to Ikpeazu through a law firm, Adulbert Legal Services, led by his Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor.