Ikpeazu a magician, use Abia security blueprints – Ohanaeze tells Tinubu

The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has urged the President-elect, Bola Tinubu to use the security template of the Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, upon assumption of office.

Ohanaeze’s Secretary-General, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, said Tinubu needs Ikpeazu’s security blueprints to save Nigeria from total collapse.

Isiguzoro made the remark while describing Ikpeazu as the only magician who can capsize the headquarters of kidnappers and bandits in Nigeria.

In a statement he signed, the Ohanaeze chieftain said: “Ndigbo urges the President-Elect Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to employ the security template of Abia State from 2015-2023 to deal with the undefeated insecurity challenges facing the country, it’s only a magician like Okezie Ikpeazu can capsize the headquarters of Kidnappers and Bandits in Nigeria into the best-secured state with Zero violence, in the face of the heavily compromised security situation in the Southeast.

“The President-Elect needs Abia Security blueprints to save Nigeria from total collapse.”

Isiguzoro also disclosed that Ohanaeze has embarked on assessment tours in the Southeast to ascertain the level of development and distribution of public amenities in various local government areas.

He disclosed that findings by Ohanaeze showed that Ikpeazu was outstanding and remarkable.

Isiguzoro said the Abia State governor would be celebrated after leaving office like Nigerians did to former President Goodluck Jonathan.

According to Isiguzoro, Ikpeazu is the best Abia State governor.

“We had convened a high level of disciplined Igbo Team of Integrity, made of erudite scholars, Igbo patriots, and impartial Court Judges(retired), with strict rules of engagement and terms of reference to evaluate the level of progress put together and challenges confronted in the 95 LGAs of Southeast towards the end of the tenures of the outgoing State Governors, and in alphabetical order, the Igbo Team of Integrity commenced the Assessment Tour from Abia State and their findings were remarkable and outstanding”.

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“Igbo verdict on Governor Okezie Ikpeazu is akin to the position of former President Goodluck Jonathan who found himself towards his exit from power in 2015 after some years out of power Nigerians began to see the contrasts then started to celebrate him.

“We caught sight of Abia as of May 29th, 2015, which was deeply messed up and was grounded by activities of Men of the underworld, the level of insecurity challenges then was at its crescendo, Abia was the den of Kidnappers, the commercial city of Aba was the dirtiest metropolis in West Africa, the external debts of the State was the highest in Nigeria, Armed Robberies and other vices were the order of the day and the institutionalized godfatherism were about to kick off and modernized in 2015, and workers and pensioners welfare packages were at Zero level, amongst this myriad of challenges, Okezie Ikpeazu is leaving Abia State in 2023 in a better way than he met it at the resumption of office as Governor in 2015.

“The records available to the Igbo Team of Integrity led by US-based scholar, Professor Obioma Nwadiuko, revealed that there was a steady state of revamping of dead institutions through PPP, there were records of reconstruction of over 700 roads, and the majority of the roads are in Umuahia and Aba and its environs, resuscitation of public confidence through improved security and wealth creation was superb, and the Promotion of SME businesses and Made in Aba Products we’re second to none.

“Irrespective of minimum tackles in the areas of clearing of backlogs of Workers’ welfare packages and low tackles of godfatherism, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu based on the indexes on the ground is as of today seen as the best Governor, Abians has caught a glimpse of in the last 24 years of Democracy in Abia State,” he added.

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