OPPOSITION political parties in Abia state have accused the government of deliberately imposing exorbitant fees on installation of political campaign billboards across the seventeen local government areas of the state. They said it is a ploy to discourage campaign activities of opposition in the stateRead More
The Governor of Abia, Mr Okezie Ikpeazu, on Monday in Umuahia launched free antenatal care programme to improving the healthcare delivery system in the state.Read More
Mr Richard Nwala, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works, Abia, said on Sunday that the present administration in the state had completed and inaugurated 41 roads since its inception.Read More
Abia Government on Friday announced the extension of the curfew imposed on Aba to Sunday and also postponed the resumption of primary and secondary schools to Sept. 25 as against Sept.18.Read More
The Commissioner for Sports in Abia, Chief Chinwe Nwanganga, said on Saturday that the state government would soon sign a Memorandum-of-Understanding (MoU) with an American firm to fully develop Nsulu Games Village.Read More
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has expressed disappointment with the Abia State Government following its attempt to drag the group into the Abia State politics, when the group does not have any interest in who becomes governor of the state after an Appeal Court, Owerri, nullified the election of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu.Read More
ABIA State governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu said that he will not reduce the N18,000 minimum wage for civil servants in the state.
Governor Ikpeazu also denied rumour of plans to reduce the state’s workforce, saying that despite the adverse economic situation, Abia has not entered the “relegation zone.”