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Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 6:20pm On Sep 26, 2012
We all know the calamity that has befallen Abia state since this republic and it even got worse since Theodoore Orji assumed the governorship seat in Abia state. many of us hoped that after his first term Ndi-Abia will realize their mistakes and vote for someone else but unfortunately for progressives in Igboland and Nigeria, that was not to be as this man was returned unopposed and is on a mission to return Abia state to the stone age.

I noticed that one reason why orji was returned is because there was no popular candidate that contested for that seat and the gubernatorial race just looked like a one way street with no fierce opposition whatsoever. Anyways, we have no choice but to wait for him to finish his tenure. But why we do so, we should suggest names that we think will be useful in 2015. Who do we want to be the contenders come 2015.

We have to do this in order to save Abia from it's current situation. We need at least a leader in mould of Chime or Okorocha in Abia. never again will Abia be taken for granted. Ndi Abia and Ndi Igbo stand up and be counted as the catalyst that will forge a positive front for Abia state.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 6:23pm On Sep 26, 2012
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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Okijajuju1(m): 6:32pm On Sep 26, 2012
afam4eva: We all know the calamity that has befallen Abia state since this republic and it even got worse since Theodoore Orji assumed the governorship seat in Abia state. many of us hoped that after his first term Ndi-Abia will realize their mistakes and vote for someone else but unfortunately for progressives in Igboland and Nigeria, that was not to be as this man was returned unopposed and is on a mission to return Abia state to the stone age. I noticed that one reason why orji was returned is because there was no popular candidate that contested for that seat and the gubernatorial race just looked like a one way street with no fierce opposition whatsoever. Anyways, we have no choice but to wait for him to finish his tenure. But why we do so, we should suggest names that we think will be useful in 2015. Who do we want to be the contenders come 2015. We have to do this in order to save Abia from it's current situation. We need at least a leader in mould of Chime or Okorocha in Abia. never again will Abia be taken for granted. Ndi Abia and Ndi Igbo stand up and be counted as the catalyst that will forge a positive front for Abia state.


WHY?!!! angry You just had to call Rochas Okorocha in that list abi?! angry

Gets angry, takes a piss all over Ariaria Market and walks back to Upper Iweka... angry

If Abia wants to move forward, its not time to be soliciting popular candidates, but men of Vision and intergrity that want their names written in Gold..

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 6:34pm On Sep 26, 2012
Okija_juju:


WHY?!!! angry You just had to call Rochas Okorocha in that list abi?! angry

Gets angry, takes a piss all over Ariaria Market and walks back to Upper Iweka... angry

If Abia wants to move forward, its not time to be soliciting popular candidates, but men of Vision and intergrity that want their names written in Gold..
This men of integrity will have to be popular to win elections. Don't you think so?

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 7:26pm On Sep 26, 2012
Please who knows whether Omyema Ugochukwu is contesting for 2015 and what are his track records apart from being the Chairman of NDDC.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Germannig: 8:18pm On Sep 26, 2012
afam4eva: Please who knows whether Omyema Ugochukwu is contesting for 2015 and what are his track records apart from being the Chairman of NDDC.

I learned he is given to excessive drinking; but that may be coming from his political enemies.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by harmless011: 9:45pm On Sep 26, 2012
ikechi Emenike would have been a good choice but considering the fact that there are zoning arrangement in Abia state which makes it the turn of Abia South senatorial district to produce the next governor come 2015. Abia north (orji uzor kalu) rule from 1999 to 2007, Abia central (t.a. orji) 2007 to 2015 so now is the turn of Abia south.
I am totally against this zoning of a thing as it promote mediocrity.
afam4eva: We all know the calamity that has befallen Abia state since this republic and it even got worse since Theodoore Orji assumed the governorship seat in Abia state. many of us hoped that after his first term Ndi-Abia will realize their mistakes and vote for someone else but unfortunately for progressives in Igboland and Nigeria, that was not to be as this man was returned unopposed and is on a mission to return Abia state to the stone age. I noticed that one reason why orji was returned is because there was no popular candidate that contested for that seat and the gubernatorial race just looked like a one way street with no fierce opposition whatsoever. Anyways, we have no choice but to wait for him to finish his tenure. But why we do so, we should suggest names that we think will be useful in 2015. Who do we want to be the contenders come 2015. We have to do this in order to save Abia from it's current situation. We need at least a leader in mould of Chime or Okorocha in Abia. never again will Abia be taken for granted. Ndi Abia and Ndi Igbo stand up and be counted as the catalyst that will forge a positive front for Abia state.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Crayola1: 9:47pm On Sep 26, 2012
Zoning, zoning, zoning shocked This madness rears its ugly head even at the lower levels of government.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by belovedaja(m): 11:40pm On Sep 26, 2012
The man to watchout for is nnamdi aja nwankwo. He is a passionate and visionary youngman. The only big obstacle is this zoning stuff in abia.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by odumchi: 12:09am On Sep 27, 2012
Ali Ngwa thirsts for the governorship.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by asha80(m): 12:12am On Sep 27, 2012
abians really have to show seriousness about what is happening there lipsrsealed
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by floriana(m): 6:19am On Sep 27, 2012
Go and retrieve the okija shrine register from the IGP. There are many popular candidates for Abia governorship there.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 8:14am On Sep 27, 2012
harmless011: ikechi Emenike would have been a good choice but considering the fact that there are zoning arrangement in Abia state which makes it the turn of Abia South senatorial district to produce the next governor come 2015. Abia north (orji uzor kalu) rule from 1999 to 2007, Abia central (t.a. orji) 2007 to 2015 so now is the turn of Abia south.
I am totally against this zoning of a thing as it promote mediocrity.
Isn't this zoning arrangement a PDP thing?
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by CHESSBOARD(m): 8:24am On Sep 27, 2012
afam4eva: Please who knows whether Omyema Ugochukwu is contesting for 2015 and what are his track records apart from being the Chairman of NDDC.

Forget Onyema Ugochukwu, he is another crook. NDDC chairman and ordinary bursary i didnt get while in the university, no good Road built in Abia during his tenure. Abeg we need new hard working guys....I dont know much about home politic and those performing
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by PointB: 8:29am On Sep 27, 2012
Abia has very huge potential, as such whoever is going to preside over affair post 2015 election should be judged on precedence and vision.
But then 2015 is three year away, surely we can squeeze juice out of the Orji.

Let's mount pressure on Orji, let's declare an open season on Abia State, with focus on clueless Orji!
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by CHESSBOARD(m): 8:38am On Sep 27, 2012
belovedaja: The man to watchout for is nnamdi aja nwankwo. He is a passionate and visionary youngman. The only big obstacle is this zoning stuff in abia.

There is zoning in Abia , why??, anyway which zone is Umuahia and Ikwuano
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by berem(f): 8:42am On Sep 27, 2012
Okija_juju:


WHY?!!! angry You just had to call Rochas Okorocha in that list abi?! angry

Gets angry, takes a piss all over Ariaria Market and walks back to Upper Iweka... angry

If Abia wants to move forward, its not time to be soliciting popular candidates, but men of Vision and intergrity that want their names written in Gold..
you have brought your imo hatred to this thread again okija juju? Whenever something good is being discussed about igbo states,you will be the first to pass your hatred.you are always spear heading problems when issues about ndi igbo is discussed.the other time you started a rift between imo and anambra.you don carry your wahala come here! @Afam don't let this dude spoil your thread! This is a very important topic where matured minds are to comment. Daalu nu!

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by belovedaja(m): 9:33am On Sep 27, 2012
odumchi: Ali Ngwa thirsts for the governorship.
tribal politics and zoning have lead promoting of mediocrity. I support ukwa/ngwa for governorship but do we have credible and visionary leaders even in the entire abia now.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Demdem(m): 9:39am On Sep 27, 2012
Why do u have to wait till 2015 since its a fact that he is currently doing nothing. Are we even sure we will still be around by 2015. Now is the time to take ur destiny into ur hands and stop procrastinating. IMPEACH HIM NOW

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by PROUDIGBO(m): 10:46am On Sep 27, 2012
Don't know much about him, but Enyinaya Abaribe -on the surface- looks like a reasonable, educated and well-spoken brother.

This zoning crap should not even be discussed......Abias' situation is so critical that they have one foot in the grave already.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 10:48am On Sep 27, 2012
PROUD-IGBO:
Don't know much about him, but Enyinaya Abaribe -on the surface- looks like a reasonable, educated and well-spoken brother.

This zoning crap should not even be discussed......Abias' situation is so critical that they have one foot in the grave already.
Ya, Abaribe is really Educated and i'll like to read his Biography. But governance really goes beyond being educated. Though i think he will do better than the current man.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by PointB: 10:53am On Sep 27, 2012
PROUD-IGBO:
Don't know much about him, but Enyinaya Abaribe -on the surface- looks like a reasonable, educated and well-spoken brother.

This zoning crap should not even be discussed......Abias' situation is so critical that they have one foot in the grave already.

I agree. If Imo State had stuck with Zoning, perhaps some clueless clown like Orji would be at the helm of affairs now in the state.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by deshclones(m): 12:07pm On Sep 27, 2012
@op..you hit the nail on the head but you forgot to include ebonyi on your list..ebonyi and abia are the symbol of underdevelopment in igboland..with two redundant governors..don't knw d kind of blood dat flows in the veins of the citizens of both states..they just allowed their governors to reign supreme..tufia..no governor can try such sh1t in my beloved anambra state..lie lie..we go burn them..same ish we did to d dimwit mbadinuju nd chris uba..Anambra..always setting the pace for other states to follow.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 12:39pm On Sep 27, 2012
deshclones: @op..you hit the nail on the head but you forgot to include ebonyi on your list..ebonyi and abia are the symbol of underdevelopment in igboland..with two redundant governors..don't knw d kind of blood dat flows in the veins of the citizens of both states..they just allowed their governors to reign supreme..tufia..no governor can try such sh1t in my beloved anambra state..lie lie..we go burn them..same ish we did to d dimwit mbadinuju nd chris uba..Anambra..always setting the pace for other states to follow.
I also intend opening a similar thread for Ebonyi.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 12:58pm On Sep 27, 2012
Mods, pls can you move this thread to the frontpage. Thanks.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by emindu: 1:09pm On Sep 27, 2012
THERE comes a time in the history of a people when God blesses them with a leader with a particular mandate. For the people of Abia, aptly called God’s Own State, there is every indication that the supplication of the people unto their Maker for a divine lifting of afflicted yoke caused by long period of political and economic slavery has attracted divine intervention.
The result today is a true reflection of the Biblical saying that when the righteous are on the throne, the people rejoice. For Governor Theodore Orji, under whose administration the state has seen the total paradigm shift in both governance and content of service delivery, the abundance of God’s mercy upon him and the mandate cannot be over-emphasised.
From a fluttering beginning due to known consequence of deceitful political alliance akin to the kind of marriage between the cow and the butcher, governance and service delivery in a democratic setting had a huge question mark. However, with determination and rare courage though not without pockets of adulterated opposition, the Governor was able to rescue the state from the chambers of dark forces. Then came his vow and promise to the people of the state to hold him accountable for all actions and inaction(s) of his administration. With just a year into his second term of office, Governor Orji has left no one in doubt that indeed some dark forces were the cogs on the wheels of the progress of the state.
Within the period under review, the proportion of infrastructural development in the state has witnessed a high commensurate yield which has also left few opposing scoundrels in the state with no other option than to merely haul sand to give the impression that it is fulfilling all righteousness. From the massive infrastructures being put up in the state capital city Umuahia, to the courageous tackling of the infrastructural challenges in Aba the commercial heart beat of the state and the entire East, the present administration has left no one in doubt of its mission.

Just recently, Governor Orji etched his regime’s name in gold when it took care of a perennial problem that had defied solution to previous administrations in the state in the last 20 years. The popular Ukwu-Mango leading into Ariaria which had before now turned into a forest due to its impregnable nature, has today become a beautiful thorough fare for commuters. Hate or like him, the impact of the actualised dream will for a very long time remain evergreen in the minds of the residents of the city. The glory, of course, knows its destination. The residents of Aba have never had it so good.
Under the same period, the Governor had rehabilitated the Ama-Ogbenna, Okigwe road, the Osusu- Omuma Road, which roads were in the year 2000 “politically” commissioned by the then Vice-President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. From Osusu, the story moved to Danfodio by East, to Our Lady of Lourdes, and the Old Express by Samek. The government in response to the welfare of students and staff of the Abia State Polytechnic Aba, constructed an over-head bridge to reduce the rate of vehicular accidents in front of the campus.
Coming to the state capital, the story has truly changed. People of Amaeke where burials are held only during dry seasons have heaved a sigh of great relief. The non-existing Amaeke road that could better pass as a slave-trade route has been fully rehabilitated and commissioned. It is even an unbelievable story for people of Ukome and Mbom where Nwa-bekee (local reference to development) has eventually visited. For the years that they had existed, Mbom has never seen a tarred road since creation. Same story is now told in Emede who for many decades have survived through “jump and pass” infrastructural development. Still counting, it is positive turn-around for the World-Bank-Agbama Road, Umuafai-Lodu-Ahiaeke road, Okwuta-Isieke, Okwoyi-Iyienyi as well as the Nkata-Alike Umukabia-Ohuhu road.
In the Southern Senatorial Zone, the century-old adage that there is no short route to Aro (an acronym for Arochukwu) is no longer obtainable. Under Ochendo, the long stretch Arochukwu road from Ndi-Uduma Awoke in OhafiA Local Government is now being constructed.

This is in addition to the Amaekpu-Okagwe road in same Ohafia. It is equally a historic account from Ndi Okorie Abam down to Ndi- Itu. One striking feature in Abia is that the road constructions are carried out by contractors who upon the award of the jobs get instant mobilisation. This is a sharp contrast from the reigning college manual labour roads in some neighbouring states.
As we read this, the state government is very responsive of the need to ensure that all arms of government are functioning optimally, hence the need for human and capacity building. The state workforce is patiently waiting for the completion and commissioning of the State Secretariat with a complete over-haul of the old one. This is just as the two cities of Aba and Umuahia are seeing the eloquent presence of the judiciary made manifest with the dual construction of two gigantic High Court complexes.
The health sector record is a positive statement already made, hence it would be trite to begin fresh enumeration.
It is nothing to the residents of the State that despite all the efforts of the State government, the government is still under the attack and bad press of a few. It is also quite amusing that some whiff of criticism comes from some ignorant sections outside the state. This is essentially from those who felt they should join the fray because there is a bandwagon rush.

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by NRIPRIEST(m): 1:36pm On Sep 27, 2012
afam4eva: We all know the calamity that has befallen Abia state since this republic and it even got worse since Theodoore Orji assumed the governorship seat in Abia state. many of us hoped that after his first term Ndi-Abia will realize their mistakes and vote for someone else but unfortunately for progressives in Igboland and Nigeria, that was not to be as this man was returned unopposed and is on a mission to return Abia state to the stone age. I noticed that one reason why orji was returned is because there was no popular candidate that contested for that seat and the gubernatorial race just looked like a one way street with no fierce opposition whatsoever. Anyways, we have no choice but to wait for him to finish his tenure. But why we do so, we should suggest names that we think will be useful in 2015. Who do we want to be the contenders come 2015. We have to do this in order to save Abia from it's current situation. We need at least a leader in mould of Chime or Okorocha in Abia. never again will Abia be taken for granted. Ndi Abia and Ndi Igbo stand up and be counted as the catalyst that will forge a positive front for Abia state.

Afam,what is wrong with? Did you just calll Rochas and Sullivan "vissionary leaders" ? Well,you are dead wrong ! Abia state need a "Peter Obi" who will bring a holistic approach in developiing Abia state. Abia doesnt need a governor that just want to plant flowers,build mall and just keeps it focue on the main city. How many industries have Rochas and Sullivan brought to Imo and Enugu,respectivelly,since they become governors ? How many jobs have they created? How many skills acquisition program have they openned ? How deep did they go in openning inner state towns in their states. Look,Chime and Rochas are like amature where Peter Obi is standing and they will never come close the his intimidating achievements in Anambra. Stop hating on Obi.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by NRIPRIEST(m): 1:39pm On Sep 27, 2012
berem: you have brought your imo hatred to this thread again okija juju? Whenever something good is being discussed about igbo states,you will be the first to pass your hatred.you are always spear heading problems when issues about ndi igbo is discussed.the other time you started a rift between imo and anambra.you don carry your wahala come here! @Afam don't let this dude spoil your thread! This is a very important topic where matured minds are to comment. Daalu nu!

You will eventually come to like Okija. The guy is a clown,indeed. Sometimes you love him and sometimes you just wanna kill him...Calm down,sister.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by PointB: 1:44pm On Sep 27, 2012
NRI PRIEST:

Afam,what is wrong with? Did you just calll Rochas and Sullivan "vissionary leaders" ? Well,you are dead wrong ! Abia state need a "Peter Obi" who will bring a holistic approach in developiing Abia state. Abia doesnt need a governor that just want to plant flowers,build mall and just keeps it focue on the main city. How many industries have Rochas and Sullivan brought to Imo and Enugu,respectivelly,since they become governors ? How many jobs have they created? How many skills acquisition program have they openned ? How deep did they go in openning inner state towns in their states. Look,Chime and Rochas are like amature where Peter Obi is standing and they will never come close the his intimidating achievements in Anambra. Stop hating on Obi.

In which way did he hate on Obi? I don't understand why some of you make a mountain out of mole hill. Obi has done well for Anambra, so has Sullivan for Enugu, and Rochas, even though relatively new on the job, is doing quite well. Let's learn to keep some of our pettiness at home.

The focus here is Abia state, a Chime or Rochas in Abia, is a thousand time better than the current situation, I believe that's what Afam implied. Let's not derail the thread!
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Afam4eva(m): 1:49pm On Sep 27, 2012
Where on this thread did i mention Peter Obi? Why are some people just insecure. Abeg, let's not derail this thread. Stay on topic or take your trouble elsewhere.
Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by Mandelaguy(m): 1:50pm On Sep 27, 2012
emindu: THERE comes a time in the history of a people when God blesses them with a leader with a particular mandate. For the people of Abia, aptly called God’s Own State, there is every indication that the supplication of the people unto their Maker for a divine lifting of afflicted yoke caused by long period of political and economic slavery has attracted divine intervention.
The result today is a true reflection of the Biblical saying that when the righteous are on the throne, the people rejoice. For Governor Theodore Orji, under whose administration the state has seen the total paradigm shift in both governance and content of service delivery, the abundance of God’s mercy upon him and the mandate cannot be over-emphasised.
From a fluttering beginning due to known consequence of deceitful political alliance akin to the kind of marriage between the cow and the butcher, governance and service delivery in a democratic setting had a huge question mark. However, with determination and rare courage though not without pockets of adulterated opposition, the Governor was able to rescue the state from the chambers of dark forces. Then came his vow and promise to the people of the state to hold him accountable for all actions and inaction(s) of his administration. With just a year into his second term of office, Governor Orji has left no one in doubt that indeed some dark forces were the cogs on the wheels of the progress of the state.
Within the period under review, the proportion of infrastructural development in the state has witnessed a high commensurate yield which has also left few opposing scoundrels in the state with no other option than to merely haul sand to give the impression that it is fulfilling all righteousness. From the massive infrastructures being put up in the state capital city Umuahia, to the courageous tackling of the infrastructural challenges in Aba the commercial heart beat of the state and the entire East, the present administration has left no one in doubt of its mission.

Just recently, Governor Orji etched his regime’s name in gold when it took care of a perennial problem that had defied solution to previous administrations in the state in the last 20 years. The popular Ukwu-Mango leading into Ariaria which had before now turned into a forest due to its impregnable nature, has today become a beautiful thorough fare for commuters. Hate or like him, the impact of the actualised dream will for a very long time remain evergreen in the minds of the residents of the city. The glory, of course, knows its destination. The residents of Aba have never had it so good.
Under the same period, the Governor had rehabilitated the Ama-Ogbenna, Okigwe road, the Osusu- Omuma Road, which roads were in the year 2000 “politically” commissioned by the then Vice-President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. From Osusu, the story moved to Danfodio by East, to Our Lady of Lourdes, and the Old Express by Samek. The government in response to the welfare of students and staff of the Abia State Polytechnic Aba, constructed an over-head bridge to reduce the rate of vehicular accidents in front of the campus.
Coming to the state capital, the story has truly changed. People of Amaeke where burials are held only during dry seasons have heaved a sigh of great relief. The non-existing Amaeke road that could better pass as a slave-trade route has been fully rehabilitated and commissioned. It is even an unbelievable story for people of Ukome and Mbom where Nwa-bekee (local reference to development) has eventually visited. For the years that they had existed, Mbom has never seen a tarred road since creation. Same story is now told in Emede who for many decades have survived through “jump and pass” infrastructural development. Still counting, it is positive turn-around for the World-Bank-Agbama Road, Umuafai-Lodu-Ahiaeke road, Okwuta-Isieke, Okwoyi-Iyienyi as well as the Nkata-Alike Umukabia-Ohuhu road.
In the Southern Senatorial Zone, the century-old adage that there is no short route to Aro (an acronym for Arochukwu) is no longer obtainable. Under Ochendo, the long stretch Arochukwu road from Ndi-Uduma Awoke in OhafiA Local Government is now being constructed.

This is in addition to the Amaekpu-Okagwe road in same Ohafia. It is equally a historic account from Ndi Okorie Abam down to Ndi- Itu. One striking feature in Abia is that the road constructions are carried out by contractors who upon the award of the jobs get instant mobilisation. This is a sharp contrast from the reigning college manual labour roads in some neighbouring states.
As we read this, the state government is very responsive of the need to ensure that all arms of government are functioning optimally, hence the need for human and capacity building. The state workforce is patiently waiting for the completion and commissioning of the State Secretariat with a complete over-haul of the old one. This is just as the two cities of Aba and Umuahia are seeing the eloquent presence of the judiciary made manifest with the dual construction of two gigantic High Court complexes.
The health sector record is a positive statement already made, hence it would be trite to begin fresh enumeration.
It is nothing to the residents of the State that despite all the efforts of the State government, the government is still under the attack and bad press of a few. It is also quite amusing that some whiff of criticism comes from some ignorant sections outside the state. This is essentially from those who felt they should join the fray because there is a bandwagon rush.
Wait o! Where is this clown writing from? Don't let me catch you,anu ohia! You open your decayed mouth to praise T.A Orji? May Amadioha visit your abode...idio.ta! So, you don't know when a city is being destroyed? Each time I come home(as a proud Abia son), I weep, I weep because a supposedly God's own state has been overrun by people from hell with devil as their principal. Mtcheeeeew!

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Re: Abia Governorship Race - Road To 2015 by PointB: 1:54pm On Sep 27, 2012
Mandelaguy: Wait o! Where is this clown writing from? Don't let me catch you,anu ohia! You open your decayed mouth to praise T.A Orji? May Amadioha visit your abode...idio.ta! So, you don't know when a city is being destroyed? Each time I come home(as a proud Abia son), I weep, I weep because a supposedly God's own state has been overrun by people from hell with devil as their principal. Mtcheeeeew!

Oga pls edit your post, and remove that 'rubbish' you quoted. You just succeed in elaborately emindu's inanity. Beside some folks browse with their phones, and would not like to waste bandwidth reading that nonsense posted by emindu twice. kindly oblige.

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