Abia State Governor, Okezie Victor Ikpeazu Looks Hot As He Inspect Road Projects In Abia (Page 2)

Published On: March 28, 2016, 2:57 pm (4 years ago)
Author: Daniel Bosai
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hot??....r u kidding me?
Posted: (4 years ago) on 28-03-2016 11:25 PM | Hero
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I no fit laugh oooo

Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-03-2016 12:08 AM | Upcoming
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Where did this man get this kind woman shoes with this kind colour combinations. Red na very hot indeed
Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-03-2016 03:39 AM | Upcoming
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dleg dleg (m)
A project that can be easily handled by councilor. He should be concern about MEGA project as a governor not this type.
He should be ashamed to found himself inspecting this kind of project.
Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-03-2016 05:55 AM | Gistmaniac
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The so-called project looks so poor in my own eyes, next you will hear that 50billion Naira road and drainage project was inspected by the IMO state Governor.
Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-03-2016 07:59 AM | Gistmaniac
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Its not his job cause he is not an expert in that area. I will take it that he is exercising to reduce his pot bellie
Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-03-2016 10:02 AM | Hero
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The road construction is too poor
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 06:31 AM | Hero
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Quote from: ibrahim abdulrahman adebowale on 28-03-2016 03:00 PM
Nice one mr governor

I thought it was mr ibu
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 06:32 AM | Hero
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Quote from: Hassan Rasheed  link=topic=286958.msg4770048#msg4770048 date=1459174703
O boy! See  this man belle, as he dae chop wella

Na money
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 06:32 AM | Hero
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Quote from: DRE on 28-03-2016 03:24 PM
Inspections are to be done by the experts not Governors. One of the reasons Commissioner/Ministerial posts should be made to correlate appointees professions. Can he logically figure out any defect in the construction? Hmmmmmm, i see this as merely a waste of precious time

I like that
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 06:32 AM | Hero
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Quote from: victor eddy on 28-03-2016 03:54 PM
THIS MAN HEAD NO GET PART 2 IF THIS ONE HIT SOMEONE WITH THAT HEAD IS THE SAME WHEN TRAILER HIT A BEETLE NA BRAIN TURMOR STRAIGHT

Then you have to be Careful
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 06:33 AM | Hero
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ok
Posted: (4 years ago) on 30-03-2016 05:25 PM | Hero
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hmmm
Posted: (4 years ago) on 31-03-2016 10:33 PM | Hero
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Zik is a dead weight as long as Igbo political
history is concerned. It smacks insults
comparing him with the great Ikemba
Ojukwu. The Igbo nation mourns the day
fate allowed Zik emerge as our pre-
independence leader. Okorocha's zikist
tendencies would surely put to an end his
political career come 2019, If he doesn't
retrace his steps. Here was a man once
loved by all (Igbo nile) and seen as the true
successor to Ikemba Ojukwu suddenly
become hated, despised and seen as a
villain. How it happened within a shortwhile
seems to me a surprise. If I was told last 5
years by a sorcerer, how low Rochas
popularity would fare, I wouldn't have
believed it. The Igbo nation at this trying
times are in the look out for people in the
clout of Ojukwu. You don't go 'left' when
they go 'right' and you don't say 'no' when
they say 'yes'. Nnamdi Kanu is making wave
today because he understands the innate
thoughts of majority Ndigbo.
Joining APC is not a crime, but getting
outsmarted by other big boys in game and
always losing your voice when it concerns
your people out of fear of upstaging the
establishment is foolishness of the highest
order. Rochas seems like a lost needle in the
midst of grains.
Rochas should learn from Zik's blunders and
return home when there is still time. Events
in Nigeria has proven times without number
that you cannot lead your people when
majority of them is against you. Zik once
rosed to greater height because he was
embraced by his people, but the moment Zik
left his people he became history.
Party or no party, Rochas should abdicate
being a Zikist and return to being an
Ojukwu. Zikism is hypocrisy, blindness,
political shallowness and Zikists usually ends
in political widerness. The Igbo nation
under one Nigeria doesn't need a Zikist, the
Igbo nation demands an Ojukwu.
Posted: (4 years ago) on 28-06-2016 09:34 AM | Hero
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sexyman
Posted: (4 years ago) on 28-06-2016 09:47 AM | Hero
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kison kison (m)
 BE careful, be very very careful, CAREFULLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL……………………………….
Posted: (4 years ago) on 28-06-2016 12:37 PM | Hero
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And so

Posted: (4 years ago) on 29-06-2016 09:10 AM | Gistmaniac
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