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Abia Guber Tussle: Stop distracting Gov Ikpeazu, Emeka Wogu tells Abians



The former minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Emeka Wogu has admonished Abians to stop distracting the Governor of Abia state , Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, but call on them to support him to achieve his developmental blue print for the state.

Chief Wogu made the call at the Government House Umuahia while answering questions from pressmen after a private visit to the Governor.

He said that the Governor cannot achieve much if he is distracted and called on all to lend their weight behind him.

“I think he should be allowed to concentrate on the development of the state without distractions.”

Chief Wogu, who hails from the Ukwa/Ngwa bloc of the state, said that the Governor should not be seen as an Ngwa Governor, but Governor for all Abians.

He further advised that people should not demean the office of the Governor.

The former minister who contested the PDP primaries with the Governor and lost said that there is always one Governor at a time, adding that as a long standing lawyer, he did not go to court because he knows the limits he can go.
“As a lawyer for 30 years, I know where to win and where to loose, he said.

He stated that the Governor has done well in spreading the dividends of democracy to all parts of the state.

He also called on Nigerians to support President Buhari’so administration as it means we’ll for the people.

According to him, his anti corruption policies as well as his program on security are paying off and expressed optimism that the economy will soon get better.

Source: Abia CPS

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