See The ‘Mammy Water’ Governor Okezie Ikpeazu Killed In Abia State For A Successful Road Construction

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The government of Abia State has said Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has killed the “Mammy Water” that has made it difficult for years for roads in the state to be constructed, especially the Faulks road.

The Abia State Commissioner of Information, John Okiyi Kalu, while praising the governor in the welcome address to the Nigerian Editors Association, Abia State chapter, said the state is now one of the most secured states in the country and have set a pace in infrastructural development.

Mr. Kalu, while drawing a picture of the state of infrastructure before Governor Ikpeazu took over in 2015, said Aba was stagnant at the same time because of poor road conditions.

Kalu, while commenting on the Faulks Road in Aba, which is known for giving various officials ‘ heads’ for repairs said, ” Before the inauguration of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu in 2015, it was believed that ” mammy water” is famous for the ” Ukwu Mango” area on Faulks Road (Ariaria), and ” river” Ama Ikonne.”

“The road was pronounced not repairable due to allegations made by some people about ” mammy water”. Today, the benevolent Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, killed the ” Mammy Water” on the street. The road has been repaired.”

The Commissioner, while pointing out that as of May 29, 2015, there was no single route to Aba that was good said, “You will not find a good route to Aba. Traders we leaving, including and local entrepreneurs like the Bank of Nigeria.”

“Today, the business has returned to Aba, and business operations have resumed as a result of Ikpeazu’ s work in the city. And not just Aba, not a single area in Abia Ikpeazu was not affected by the project.”

Reacting to the insecurity in the country, Kanu stated that because the governor is actively involved, Abia state is now one of the safest.

He said, “When we see what is happening, we should take immediate action by setting limits on travel within hours.”

“This helped us, and today, Abia is one of the safest places in the world. Our people trust in their King, and they listen when he speaks to them. The government is working day and night to ensure that the people of Abia continue to live in peace.”

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