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A Government As Clueless As Government Of Okezie Ikpeazu by ekesimo(m): 9:09am On Sep 05, 2021
I have Never seen a government as clueless, uncoordinated and indecisive government as the government of Okezie Ikpeazu the governor of Aba state.

Imagine the tension, emotional trauma and losses the traders of Ariaria international market are going through because of the mediocrity of those advising him.

Ariaria international market structures have been in a sorry state since the days of T.A Orji mainly characterised by the dirts and flood in the market and much was expected from Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu being an Aba brought up to fix this problems.

But the case seems to be worse now. Traders are loosing customers on a daily, goods are being lost to floods, too much taxations from the indigines dominated excos and government, so much deciets all thanks to the cluelessness of the governor.

The structural deficit of Ariaria is down to stagnancy of water. No proper drainage plan and improper dispose of waste. All the water and floods from brass junction, umuocham, bakassi, umule and faulks road heads down to A line, Ariaria market with nowhere to go. The hole they dug up at ukwu mango to store water has been filled and has chased out the occupants of those area. And the government feels that the solution is to demolish the A line buildings and it's environs with the high level of business investments and properties there owned by individuals and corporate entities.

Yes, the market as a whole needs restructuring because there is high need for it but not in these manner. Even if the government wants, they can build a skyscraper there. But if the problems aforementioned are not solved, what is happening will continue happening.
Now, they have given everybody in that zone quit notice of one week. To where? (They will say Ekumi shopping plaza). Ekumi shopping plaza owned by an individual with very little capacity to contain the medical line talk more of the whole Traders in that zone. People have clamoured for the demolition to be extended till December 31st to allow them make proper arrangements and relocations but the greediness of some fellows who have vested interest in the project will not listen to the voices of plea.

One wonders if they have ever thought of the negative effect of demolition during raining season especially one in a strategic place as this zone. What will be the effect of the rising water caused by the blockade of the demolished blocks on the adjacent and opposite zones? because truly truly the water has no where to go.
The traders have no options now. Most have moved to new locations where they are hopeful that business will go as usual, some have rented shops at obscure places while some don't even know what to do. Some goods and fittings are still trapped there, while some have been sold at meagre prices. Most people and companies have hired late-minute labourers to breakdown their shops so they can go with the little they can to wherever fate has proposed for them.
And now, they are allegedly postponing the demolition till God knows when. To what end?

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