Abia State Governor, Ikpeazu Explains Why He Lives In A 3-bedroom Apartment In Aba

Date: 27-07-2021 10:00 am (1 month ago) | Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has opened up on why he lives in a 3-bedroom apartment in Aba, Abia state.
 
Speaking to journalists on Monday, July 26, Ikpeazu said he chose to live in a 3-bedroom in Aba, away from the Government House in Umuahia, because he wants to live among his people and get used to life outside power.

He said: "I have spent time in my lodge in Aba. It is a three-bedroom apartment. I don’t know how many governors can reside in this kind of place.

"But I stay here because I want to keep my eyes on the fact that I’m the Governor today, but I will not be the Governor tomorrow.

"I won’t take myself too far away from how I live my life. I will work hard to the point that somebody coming after me will find it difficult to operate unless he is running on this same lane."

Ikpeazu also addressed the subject of who will succeed him in 2023. He said that can only be decided by God.

He explained that nobody believed he would become governor in 2015 but God surprised everyone.

He added that he hopes that any individual who will succeed him would build on his legacies and subsequently perform better than him.
He said: "But every man in my position will pray to get a successor who will sustain his legacies and mean well for the people of the state and also do better than he has done."


Posted: at 27-07-2021 10:00 AM (1 month ago) | Hero
- constigoldo at 27-07-2021 11:08 AM (1 month ago)
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Mr. Governor sir, please focus more on what you can do for the Abians to better the state and their lives because Abia State is the most backward state in Nigeria.  Theodor Orji and Orji Uzo Kanu will still pay for the evil they have committed against Abia State.  They should open their hands wide to receive the reward that God is sending to them and their families because it will not escape their lives.
Posted: at 27-07-2021 11:08 AM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
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