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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by philfearon(m): 7:07pm On Jul 18, 2013
*The Only Governor that pays people to do adverts for him for what he never did...

The only Governor that commissions touts and Ganja men,even giving them official car(s) to do dirty jobs for them....

The only Governor that fears to visit the most popular commercial place(ABA) in his state and even one of the most Popular places in 9ja,unless Bakassi Police,Mobile-police,Army,Navy,Airforce,etc are in company.......

The only Governor that goes to commission a fly-over that a Local Government Chairman will do....

The Only Governor that has a special hour on Bca radio and Love fm(both in umuahia),were his special praises are song everyday...

The only Governor that consistently pays salaries once i 4months,using Aba as an excuse,talking of how he made Aba Nigerian London.....

The only Governor that was disgraced in Aba during Ojukwu's burial,in front of other visiting Governors....Chei!!....

The only Governor that will take the pics of other peoples projects and pose it as his......

The Only Governor that keeps decieving himself day in,day out,that he couldnt even attend the Convocation of his state University bcus he is afraid of being stoned pure water(s) by students.....

Now tell me,what kind of silly foool is this person? I am writing this as an angry Aba resident....Men,this crook of a Governor is a fraud....At Op,u don try o....Now go colect ur money...u don do ur job.....WELL DONE....

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by abacrested(f): 7:08pm On Jul 18, 2013
I don't understand how this is infracstructual development when there is no single good road in Aba,no water,eletricity and other basic needs of the common man.TA pls stop playing politics and follow the trend of other governors.

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by Princek12(m): 7:09pm On Jul 18, 2013
Is it that Nigerian-trained architects are brain dead? why can't they design something that looks classy and contemporary. That market looks like a prison yard and has no thought put into it. There is not even a parking deck for cars to park. Very soon once it is fully operative, the market will be a chaotic place with no organization.

They call us third world for a reason.

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by Riskymallam: 7:09pm On Jul 18, 2013
I laugh at the gullibility of Naira-landers, to everyone singing the praises of T.A. Orji to high heavens you are a sick, imbecilic and blind lot I leave your sychophancy at the table of the gods.

T.A. Orji (Ochendo) is a sham, a marauding clown who knows nothing about good governance.

Infrastructural development in Abia state is virtually none existent, the roads are a nightmare for travelers.

While I was leaving Lafia, through Makurdi - Enugu en route Aba, the roads there were well paved and pot holes were virtually none existent, but on getting to Okigwe (Welcome to Abia state) my God! The difference was quite clear, there are no motor able roads in Abia. With the exception of the governors town and umuahia there is virtually nothing good to write about his administration.

Photos coming in shortly!

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by odim123(m): 7:11pm On Jul 18, 2013
patrikobi: Governance in Abia and who made it better

It is true that governance in Abia state has procreated a lot of challenges, consequentially, greatest if the greatest. A few like T.A has comprehended what democratic leadership is and how democracy can be ran to improve development in the wider sense.Leadership starts with nerve-racking passion that seizes you, and will commove the gradation mentality, and this phenomenal apathy varies with leader to leader.
Governor T.A has the mental resources and intellectual gradients which determines how he responds to the challenges and this has yielded much advantages and brought lot of change, either to sustain, transformation, retain growth and uphold the validity of progress Abia state over a period of time.

T.A Orji has examined the backwardness and build up rot which ensues from improper handling of issues that could obviously be traced from the inventive period when Abia state was created . He is a leader that does strive for a balance on its success and continuity,attract development in its justifiable act of genuinely democratic-polity and systematic approach forming basis of a democratic reality.it is true that is widely believed that Abia state can be said to have had a dysfunctional domain of history of downsize performance coming way back as from the time of creation of Abia state. people cast aspersion ,its is an every day norm, and it is always said that Abia leaders, governors, present and past lack transparently most reliable structures, certain operative context and diplomats hinging on knowledge in all their varieties as their ultimate resources and have fallen below the immediate goal of democratization of the electoral process which contradicts what is been expected of them by their followers.

Unlike T.A Orji, some if not all those who were before him were focused on personal interest by employing constricted and artful leadership styles and made no difference. T.A has demonstrated his administration without cynicism, and such an operative system is a necessity to achieving a critical project. He has manifested a firm reliance and his relationship-oriented manner has create the affinity amongst the people of Abia state.

T.A is a leader who is not arrogance, he is neither hostile nor dominance. he is possesses the character of a leader that does not create deep-seated antagonism between his aides and his underlings . T.A ORJI is a leader who is ever ready to endure the trashed heaped on his head, and he must not revile.

The past leaders in Abia had assumed that we do not have any dreams to be fulfilled, they lost track of the rudimentary process which was important to embark on and lead us to our destiny. Propaganda ate deep into their system,selfish interest brought down their values , and the significant of democratic leadership was not met and which made them to fail in their very tenures.

Not too long again before the fruitless tenure of Orji Uzor Kalu collapsed under the weight of repression , dictatorship and autocratic.-he turned the Abia state to a political laboratory and came up with a grandiose political transition that was described as the most non-democratically and non-profitable in of its era which produced no democracy. An administration which created the dullardity of no transformation. OUK's dual tenures were an industry whose business experience held no water in democratic terrain. Obviously he was unable to diffuse the polity in good manner.

But after his eviction from office by constitutional duration, came a man we should support his efforts ,that are spontaneously bringing the desired socio- economic development. T.A Orji made the different and with total consummation we will encourage him to observe continuity and be more clinical in avoidance of uneven disposition of democratic and political influence in order to balance energetic sense of purpose with a concern for the service of others.





Excuse me sir,you forgot to add the source or you want us to believ you wrote all this yourself for gov. TA? Then you are probably his PA. Abeg,me too need employment o,i sabi defend small,i don send my Cv to your inbox. Thank you sir for the consideration
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by collynzo2(m): 7:18pm On Jul 18, 2013
Easily the worst governor ever!
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by doctorserah(f): 7:18pm On Jul 18, 2013
emindu:
I have the initial burden of either writing this piece to correct an impression by a minute section of the press and few critics of Abia state governor, Sir Theodore Ahamefule Orji that tend to stand truth on its head and present falsehood as fact or allowing the mumble jumble they come to town with in the name of criticizing the Abia chief executive to be their albatross since fact is always sacred.
But something inside of me insisted that I must make these clarifications, having been closer to the system (since 1998) which these commentators are commenting on.



The ongoing new State Secretariat in Umuahia. Work started in January 2013. Work is completed.



The ongoing new State Secretariat in Umuahia. Work started in January 2013. Work is 85% completed.
The New Dialysis Center in Umuahia - completed. It has 7 Dialysis Machines.




The New Dialysis Center in Umuahia – completed. It has 7 Dialysis Machines.
The New Modern High Court in Umuahia - Six new air-conditioned Court Room - started January 2013 - completed


The New Modern High Court in Umuahia – Six new air-conditioned Court Room – started January 2013 – completed
The completed section of the new State Secretariat in Umuahia. Started in January 2013.




The completed section of the new State Secretariat in Umuahia. Started in January 2013.
Secondly, it will be unexplainable for anybody closer to the government of Abia state to maintain the studied silence when the opposite of splendid the political and social development playing out in Abia state is being forced on the unwary public.
Indeed, I appreciate the sentiments of a section of the media, and also their predicament. But what I can’t understand is the deliberate or will I say orchestrated plan to present one sided documentary of the development in Abia vis-a-vis the relationship between the two Orjis ie His Excellency, Chief T A Orji and former Governor Orji Uzor Kalu.
In as much as I agree that journalists should express their opinions strongly on certain issues concerning the state of affairs in the society, I also believe in the notion that objectivity is a significant principle of journalistic professionalism.
One can easily miss the point if he or she maintains a robust interest on a particular issue only to keep a blind eye on the other side of the coin. Me thinks that journalistic objectivity can refer to fairness, disinterestedness, factuality and nonpartisanship. This is why it is appropriate to present the fact as it is no matter how strong one’s opinion on a particular issue is. I regret to state that some of the commentators (by a section of the media though) on Abia Project is based on circumstantial evidence or hearsay and not on facts on the ground.
If they could distance themselves from the
evidence of a third party and come to Abia
state to witness the actual happenings,
their public perception of the events in
Abia would be anything but prejudice;
thus offering the reading public the best of their analyses on Project Abia.
Indeed, a trip to Abia will change the
perception of some Lagos and Abuja
based journalists who still mirror this
God’s Own State from its position before
2007. It is worrisome to read that there
are decaying infrastructure ie road,
electricity, pipe-borne water etc in Abia
when in actual fact the T A Orji’s
government alone has provided more
roads than all his predecessors (from
1991 when the state was created till
date) put together. As at the last count,
the 132KV at Ohiya substation that
supplies electricity uninterruptedly to
Umuahia, while the government had put up
the machinery to provide pipe-borne
water to the cities.
Today, every sector is being galvanized to
achieve optimum result. Is it in health
sector, education, agriculture, commerce
and industry, housing, security etc that
the government of Abia state is not
prioritizing? Time was when some people
in the state particularly Aba fled the city because of the rampage of kidnappers. It took the intervention of T.A Orji with the support of the federal government and
military to restore normalcy to the once
dreaded city. Now that normalcy has been
restored, international firms like Alkamali petroleum of Dubai, Junohermes, a South African firm, Imoniyame Holdings Ltd, Americare Inc USA are coming to do
business in oil and gas, agriculture,
banking and commerce etc. Today,
farmers are smiling their ways to the
banks courtesy of the N1 billion soft loans the government provided for them.
A trip to Abia will expose a lot.
Housing estates dot the landscape. They
include Amaokwe, Ehimiri, Ohiya, Ubakala,
Amuzukwu, Isieke, Osisioma, etc; most of
them have been completed and being
occupied, while others are at various
stages of completion. Or do we talk about
the establishment of modern diagnostic
health centres ie specialist diagnostic
hospitals in Aba and Umuahia. The high
courts and magistrate courts building
projects in Aba and Umuahia Just last
month, Governor T A Orji flagged off 16
roads in Aba to the delight of Aba
residents. And on Tuesday, 4December
2012, he went on an inspection tour on
these road projects to the tumultuous
welcome of Aba residents. It baffles some
of us when some commentators insinuate
that His Excellency is hated by Aba
residents.
Which Aba residents? His critics also
charge that civil servants are owed
monthly arrears of salaries and
allowances, yet none of these critics could point out the ministry that has not
received their salaries up to November
2012. To this end, he has received several
awards as a result of his quality
leadership. This year alone Ochendo has
been bestowed with the best Governorship
Award on Security, Icon of Democracy by
Champion Newspapers and Knight of
John Wesley by the Methodist Church of
Nigeria.
If there is a challenge in the payment of
pension and gratuities of civil service, it is not as a result of government dereliction but apparently because of some
bureaucratic bottlenecks. The government
is addressing that issue and very soon
senior citizens affected by this tailback will smile. Therefore, it is absurd to insinuate that Abia is not on the fast track of development. Actually, federal roads are in the state of disrepair. Enugu“Port Harcourt road, Aba-Ikot Ekpene,
Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene etc are impassable.
But critics blame Abia government for
their despicable state.
They fail to acknowledge the fact that the
T.A Orji’s government reconstructed
the Aba-Owerri road and Aba-Port
Harcourt road; all federal roads. We
expect commentators on Abia to question
why the federal government should shirk
its responsibility in this regard in Abia
state.
As a detribalized are focused leader, T A
Orji sees everything that belongs to the
federal government as his to keep in good
shape. Arguably, a politician that is
focused towards providing good
governance like T A cannot descend to the
level of blocking former Governor Orji
Uzor Kalu from rejoining the PDP. Kalu
has repeatedly said that he has no
intention of joining PDP or any political
party for that matter.
However, instead of abiding by that vow he
was reported to have applied to register
at the national level against the
constitution of PDP that stipulates that
intending members or those that left the
party and desire to rejoin should either
join or rejoin from their ward.
Even at that, and assuming that he applied
to register at his Onuibina-Igbere ward
level, he is still cannot be regarded as a
member of the party if the party at the
ward level thinks otherwise. It is one thing to apply for membership of an
organization and it is another for the
members to accept the applicant as a
member. There are determining factors. It
is not automatic. Therefore, if the rules
were bent to favour a particular
applicant, there is nothing wrong if some
stakeholders stage a protest. That is how
Governor T.A Orji was involved. It is
unacceptable to accuse the Governor of
leading the stakeholders to Abuja to
complain of the glaring case of violation of the PDP constitution while turning blind eye on the genuineness of the exercise.
After all, what is good for the goose is
also good for the gander.
Former Governor Orji Uzor Kalu should
not be treated differently simply because
he allegedly donated $1 million to facilitate the take-off and smooth running of PDP in 1998. The theory of Kalu donating $1 million to the PDP has become a recurring decimal without any empirical evidence to back the claim. The figure keeps changing as his supporters defend him over it.
As for politicians who joined PDP from
their former political parties. In as much
as I wouldn’t speak for the likes of
Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, who left the
PDP to ANPP and back to PDP in 2003,
Senator Nkechi Nwogu from ANPP to PDP
and Vincent Ogbulafor who contested the
governorship of Abia state under the then
APP in 1999 before joining PDP in 2002,
it is obvious that these politicians
complied with the provision of the PDP
constitution before they were re-admitted.
They did not bulldoze their ways into the
party. The party is supreme and
therefore all joiners should be obedient to its rules.
What should concern every card-carrying
party member in PDP or any other party
for that matter is the insistence of the
practice of internal democracy by its
leaders. In underscoring the essence of
internal party democracy, Lenin wrote “it
means that all the affairs of the party are conducted, either directly or through
representatives, by all members of the
party, all of whom without exception have
equal rights; moreover, all officials, all
leading bodies, and all institutions of the party are subject to election, are
responsible to their constituents, and are
subject to recallâ€. This postulation
makes it mandatory for all; members or
applicants to subject themselves to the
rule of the party irrespective of their
former or present status.
Mr Emindu, pls shut up. U deserve a thundering slap! Mechie onu osiso.

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by collynzo2(m): 7:21pm On Jul 18, 2013
Diasporan:
All these for six years?May God open your eyes to see IJN
Amen! They guy is a paid praise singer, check out what he's celeberating. Even an LGA chairman shouldn't be proud of those 'achievements'.

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by stanogb(m): 7:24pm On Jul 18, 2013
obinalihe: Good people who are appreciating the governor's dded will gladdenly say something good,only haters will say he is not working..good one from T.A ORJI
it is regretably lugubrious and sardonic that some mischevious miscreants have decided to turn this innocent forum into something else. I have been in Abia state for many years and i can attest to the fact that T A Orji is the worst governor i have ever seen. Ever since he left the shadow of the other Orji, we thought he would start performing but to our greatest suprise, he continued failing. Do not decieve yourself by posting pictures of the FRONT VIEW, SIDE VIEW and INNER VIEW of most of the newly RE-PAINTED builden/s as it will not help us. LONG LIVE OCHENDO...MTCHEW...

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by collynzo2(m): 7:24pm On Jul 18, 2013
firetrap:

only a fool will spew this sort of rubbish from his mouth. ur such an asssss kisser
A paid one!
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by debeo: 7:24pm On Jul 18, 2013
[b][/b]I don't know why people are making so much fuse about Abia state government's mediocrity, How many roads has he built? What has he done that will affect the common man directly? How many schools has he built? How many health centres? Instead he is busy renovating Federal Government buildings! who asked him to? is he now richer than the nation?

Secretariat, High Court, Fed secretariat, etc How does that affect the price of garri in the market for the common man?

Or how does that improve the industrialization Aba people are know to be local champions in, HOW?

Am an Abian and as long as am converned, T.A. Orji is the WORST GOVERNOR in the whole world!!!!

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by mrvictor: 7:25pm On Jul 18, 2013
HOW MANY OF THESE TRASH POSTED HERE HAS DIRECT EFFECT ON THE LIVES OF THE "UNFORTUNATE" CITIZENS OF ABIA
WHAT HAPPENED TO SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION?
WHAT ABOUT ROADS?
ARE ABIANS GOING TO USE ONLY ONE RENOVATED HOSPITAL LOCATED IN UMUAHIA?
IS THERE ONLY ONE MARKET IN ABIA?
IS UMUAHIA THE ONLY TOWN IN ABIA?
HOW IS ABIA GOING TO ATTRACT EXTERNAL INVESTORS?
...BY SENDING NON-INDIGENES OUT OF THE STATE?
...BY SHOWING DIFFERENT VIEWS OF SAME BUILDINGS?
HOW RELEVANT ARE THESE BLOATED 6 BUILDINGS INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENTIRE ABIA WITH ABOUT 17 L.G.As?
...Namely...
Aba North
Aba South
Arochukwu
Bende
Ikwuano
Isiala Ngwa North
Isiala Ngwa South
Isiukwuato
Obi Ngwa
Ohafia
Osisioma Ngwa
Ugwunagbo
Ukwa East
Ukwa West
Umuahia North
Umuahia South
Umunneochi

DON'T BE DECEIVED BY ANYONE. IT IS ABIANS(MASSES) THAT WILL TELL US THERE'S A CHANGE HAPPENNING & NOT NAIRALAND NOR NTA NOR STV!!!
OUR PEOPLE SAY, "YOU CANNOT COVER PREGNANCY WITH THE PALMS." LET'S SEE IT, DON'T TELL US!!!

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by jookco(m): 7:26pm On Jul 18, 2013
God will surely rescue Abia if what I saw was what the Gov categorized as development while other states are building solid infrastructure worth millions of dollar. Five story building with no lift this 21th century God forbid.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by emeka50: 7:30pm On Jul 18, 2013
All this pix na wash...go to Aba and see for ur self what the Commercial nerve and main source of Abia state revenue has become since the election of that greedy thing that calls him self the gov,I live and work in abuja but visited my parents in Aba...oh my God...I just told my parents that "The Worst Place In Abuja is Better than Aba"....and people who are paid by their ochendu of their father will come to NL to lift him up?...smh...Abia and in particular..Aba people are in the worst regime they can ever imagine, well blame it on the Ngwa traditional rulers and the other parts of Abia that collected car gift and money to clam gov-gifts...well may God save Aba....in Jesus Name ....Amen
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by CHESSBOARD(m): 7:47pm On Jul 18, 2013
Everything put together do not woRTH MORE THAN[b] 1 BILLION Naira,[/b] 1 billion Naira spent for 8 yrs....una dey craz, pure propaganda, only those una go fool...
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by Rhea(f): 7:47pm On Jul 18, 2013
By their fruits you shall know them. What was TA Orji's achievements before becoming a governor? A leopard never changes its spots.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by kabaka1: 7:51pm On Jul 18, 2013
I commend the government of d state of Abia 4 d nice buildings they've built so far, but I wish 2 point out d fact that for this state's and other naija states economy to grow n advance dramatically, a sound technology research and development programmer should be top on their agenda else these govt are just beating about d bush n not doing anything for posterity undecided
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by moodswing(m): 7:58pm On Jul 18, 2013
Ochendo Abia. Ride on.


#TeamFreshAir
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by yuncka(m): 8:02pm On Jul 18, 2013
Nonsense! Just come 2 Aba.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by kaze4blues(m): 8:08pm On Jul 18, 2013
Useless governor.......



All these so-called projects sum 2geda by TA Orji in 8 years will not amount to the achievements of AREGBESOLA in less than 4 years.



Osun A Dara oo

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by Captain001(m): 8:09pm On Jul 18, 2013
Who got paid to show us this absolute rubbish? Show us the state of the roads leading to the structures, show us the state of roads in aba, show us the state of ariaria market, everything in the state has fallen apart and ignoble, shameless sycophants who should bury their faces in shame have the audacity to mouth thrash here. God is watching us all
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by EPOMA(m): 8:12pm On Jul 18, 2013
Okija_juju: Is this that he has done since he entered?

1. hospital, 2 Markets.. These are the only projects that directly affect the welfare of Abians...




And why build a 5 storey secretariat with no lift?



Not impressed...

I was thinking the same
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by breathing(f): 8:12pm On Jul 18, 2013
Mtcheeeeeeeeeeew, TA Orji never gets tired of paying young fools to do his cheap publicity. The funny thing is that all the money he puts into all these cheap propaganda is enough to actually do something nice for the people of Abia state but he would rather spend it sugarcoating things and painting them into what they are not.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by dazzy4real(m): 8:15pm On Jul 18, 2013
@ op u js kip showing us ultra moderm infrastructures am not seeing anytin ultra there... Beside I pity my state so much that d last time I went there I wept.. No basic amenities.. Like gud roads, electricity espcialy skuls ..T.A is not doing anytin imagine hw many yrz... God bless ABIA..
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by akos123: 8:17pm On Jul 18, 2013
mikeoh: Ok.. Before weekend I will post the state of road in aba street... Moderators watch out..... What the governor knows is to build estates, markets, hotels which will Leta be sold out to the few rich.... Come to aba that harbours about 90 percent of the state population u won't see any good road, no good drainage systems... Aba is a mess....... What he knows is to construct houses in ibeku his home town which he Leta sold out to his colleagues
I live in Aba,he has done more than his predecessor.Let the truth be told.Though we all dislike him but there are things you can point your fingers at which he did. All i am saying is that we should commend him for the ones he did to encourage him to do more.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by emmyluvly(m): 8:17pm On Jul 18, 2013
My brother, u went to school. After reading through ur excerpts, I was Marvelled. Am happy to know that we still have persons who can write like this. Disclaimer:Am not confirming the authenticity of ur message neither am I discrediting it cos I don't know, but what am confirming is ur diction and grammar. Welldone.
patrikobi: Governance in Abia and who made it better

It is true that governance in Abia state has procreated a lot of challenges, consequentially, greatest if the greatest. A few like T.A has comprehended what democratic leadership is and how democracy can be ran to improve development in the wider sense.Leadership starts with nerve-racking passion that seizes you, and will commove the gradation mentality, and this phenomenal apathy varies with leader to leader.
Governor T.A has the mental resources and intellectual gradients which determines how he responds to the challenges and this has yielded much advantages and brought lot of change, either to sustain, transformation, retain growth and uphold the validity of progress Abia state over a period of time.

T.A Orji has examined the backwardness and build up rot which ensues from improper handling of issues that could obviously be traced from the inventive period when Abia state was created . He is a leader that does strive for a balance on its success and continuity,attract development in its justifiable act of genuinely democratic-polity and systematic approach forming basis of a democratic reality.it is true that is widely believed that Abia state can be said to have had a dysfunctional domain of history of downsize performance coming way back as from the time of creation of Abia state. people cast aspersion ,its is an every day norm, and it is always said that Abia leaders, governors, present and past lack transparently most reliable structures, certain operative context and diplomats hinging on knowledge in all their varieties as their ultimate resources and have fallen below the immediate goal of democratization of the electoral process which contradicts what is been expected of them by their followers.

Unlike T.A Orji, some if not all those who were before him were focused on personal interest by employing constricted and artful leadership styles and made no difference. T.A has demonstrated his administration without cynicism, and such an operative system is a necessity to achieving a critical project. He has manifested a firm reliance and his relationship-oriented manner has create the affinity amongst the people of Abia state.

T.A is a leader who is not arrogance, he is neither hostile nor dominance. he is possesses the character of a leader that does not create deep-seated antagonism between his aides and his underlings . T.A ORJI is a leader who is ever ready to endure the trashed heaped on his head, and he must not revile.

The past leaders in Abia had assumed that we do not have any dreams to be fulfilled, they lost track of the rudimentary process which was important to embark on and lead us to our destiny. Propaganda ate deep into their system,selfish interest brought down their values , and the significant of democratic leadership was not met and which made them to fail in their very tenures.

Not too long again before the fruitless tenure of Orji Uzor Kalu collapsed under the weight of repression , dictatorship and autocratic.-he turned the Abia state to a political laboratory and came up with a grandiose political transition that was described as the most non-democratically and non-profitable in of its era which produced no democracy. An administration which created the dullardity of no transformation. OUK's dual tenures were an industry whose business experience held no water in democratic terrain. Obviously he was unable to diffuse the polity in good manner.

But after his eviction from office by constitutional duration, came a man we should support his efforts ,that are spontaneously bringing the desired socio- economic development. T.A Orji made the different and with total consummation we will encourage him to observe continuity and be more clinical in avoidance of uneven disposition of democratic and political influence in order to balance energetic sense of purpose with a concern for the service of others.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by TWallpapers: 8:27pm On Jul 18, 2013
mikeoh: Ok.. Before weekend I will post the state of road in aba street... Moderators watch out..... What the governor knows is to build estates, markets, hotels which will Leta be sold out to the few rich.... Come to aba that harbours about 90 percent of the state population u won't see any good road, no good drainage systems... Aba is a mess....... What he knows is to construct houses in ibeku his home town which he Leta sold out to his colleagues


I wanted to say exactly the same thing. Abia state is a total mess. No road, no drainage, nothing. just building houses for himself and his son Ikuku Abia.

That guy is so ugly, laid back, and naive and all of a sudden the state looks exactly like him.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by TWallpapers: 8:31pm On Jul 18, 2013
akos123:
I live in Aba,he has done more than his predecessor.Let the truth be told.Though we all dislike him but there are things you can point your fingers at which he did. All i am saying is that we should commend him for the ones he did to encourage him to do more.


@ akos which side of Aba do you live? I doubt if you live in Aba, else you won't say he has done more... he've done absolutely nothing.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by Kingspin(m): 8:34pm On Jul 18, 2013
T.A ORJI is a busy doing nothing Govnor.The roads are as bad as his government.For good 6 years running 2 to 3 blocks your shouting,shame! Even deaf and blind man can testify.. T.A's problems are older than him.
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by dnawah: 8:34pm On Jul 18, 2013
Aba still dey as him dey o!dirty everywhere.garbage city ni
Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by AdaNri1(f): 8:39pm On Jul 18, 2013
patrikobi: Governance in Abia and who made it better

It is true that governance in Abia state has procreated a lot of challenges, consequentially,[/b]greatest if the greatest. A few like T.A has comprehended what democratic leadership is and how democracy can be [b]ran to improve development in the wider sense.Leadership starts with nerve-racking passion that seizes you, and will commove the gradation [/b]mentality, and this phenomenal apathy varies with leader to leader.
Governor T.A has the mental resources and intellectual gradients which determines how he responds to the challenges and this has yielded much advantages and brought lot of change, either to sustain, transformation, retain growth and uphold the validity of [b] progress Abia state over a period of time.


T.A Orji has examined the backwardness and build up rot which ensues from improper handling of issues that could obviously be traced from the inventive period when Abia state was created . He is a leader that does strive for a balance on its success and continuity,attract development in its justifiable act of genuinely
democratic-polity and systematic approach forming basis of a democratic reality.it is true that is widely believed that Abia state can be said to have had a dysfunctional domain of history of downsize performance coming way back as from the time of creation of Abia state. people cast aspersion ,its is an every day norm, and it is always said that Abia leaders, governors, present and past lack transparently most reliable structures, certain operative context and diplomats hinging on knowledge in all their
varieties as their ultimate resources and have fallen below the immediate goal of democratization of the electoral process which contradicts what is been expected of them by their followers.

Unlike T.A Orji, some if not all those who were before him were focused on personal interest by employing constricted and artful leadership styles and made no difference. T.A has demonstrated his administration
without cynicism, and such an operative system is a necessity to achieving a critical project. He has manifested a firm reliance and his relationship-oriented manner has create the affinity amongst the people of Abia state.

T.A is a leader who is not arrogance, he is neither hostile nor dominance. he is possesses the character of a leader that does not create deep-seated antagonism between his aides and his underlings . T.A ORJI is a leader who is ever ready to endure the trashed heaped on his head, and he must not revile.

The past leaders in Abia had assumed that we do not have any dreams to be fulfilled, they lost track of the
rudimentary process which was important to embark on and lead us to our destiny. Propaganda ate deep into
their system,selfish interest brought down their values , and the significant of democratic leadership was not met and which made them to fail in their very tenures.

Not too long again before the fruitless tenure of Orji Uzor Kalu collapsed under the weight of repression , dictatorship and autocratic.-he
turned the Abia state to a political laboratory and came up with a grandiose political transition that was described as the most non-democratically and non-profitable in of its era which produced no democracy. An administration which created the dullardity of no transformation. OUK's dual tenures were an industry whose business experience held no water in democratic terrain. Obviously he was unable to diffuse the polity in good manner.
But after his eviction from office by constitutional duration, came a man we should support his efforts ,that are spontaneously bringing the desired socio- economic
development. T.A Orji made the different and with total consummation we will encourage him to observe continuity and be more clinical in avoidance of uneven disposition of democratic and political influence in order to balance energetic sense of purpose with a concern for the service of others.
@ bolded,gosh!!!! Where do I start? Too much grammatical error. Too much Punctuation error. Next time, Please get someone to edit your post before you submit. This is just.... Awww gosh!!!

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Re: Infrastructural Development In Abia State (Pictures) by andyprez(m): 8:40pm On Jul 18, 2013
geeez: How many views will we see of the same complex?

Making a complex more complex than it really is will make it more complex for you to convince us that the state government is working as its trying to fight off the complex of seeing governors that perform do so without making governance in their states complex

God bless u broda!!!!!!

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