In what’s supposed to be a good remarkable day, the people of Osisioma Local Government Area, in Abia State yesterday, received the shock of their life following a gift they received from the state governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu who is currently touring the LGA of Abia State in a Thank You Visit.
Ikpeazu embarked on a jamboree Thank You Visit after he came out victorious from the Supreme Court, where the apex court ruled in favour of him, against his opponent, Dr. Uche Sampson Ogah.
As if that is not enough, the governor who is currently owes the state civil servants 6-8 months salary arrears embarked on a Thank You visit, where he paid a visit to the 17 LGA in Abia State.
Yesterday, was the turn of Osisioma LGA, but the people of Osisioma got the shock of their life after the governor shared a wooden made wheelchair and ONE BAG of fertilizer to each community in Osisioma LGA.
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The gift came as a surprise to us, exclaimed native of Abayi Community in Osisioma, we never expected such devilish gift, he added.
The man who is an Abayi Indigene, preferred to be anonymous revealed that the gift is an insult to the people of Abia.
According to him; Ikpeazu insulted us, how can he share one bag of fertilizer to a whole community, Abayi is made up of over 7 villages, how are we going to share this kind of gift? He queried
He further stated that Abia has never been insulted to this level before, adding that, what happened yesterday showed him that Ikpeazu is a total failure to the people Abia State.
Meanwhile, investigation by AbaCityBlog proves that the one bag of fertilizer was abandoned at the various community kings palace, as no one knows how to share such gift.
The wooden wheelchair Governor Ikpeazu shared was too inferior to the extent, a crippled man rejected the wheelchair, citing, he rather stick with his old one than using the wooden one which can break down at any given time.
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