Why I Wanted Late Prof Uche Ikonne As Gov Of Abia State - Gov Okezie Ikpeazu


Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, governor of Abia State, says he chose the late Professor Uche Ikonne as his successor because he saw in him the strength of character, energy, and devotion to realizing the dreams of the state's founding fathers.

Ikpeazu, who made the explanation at the Michael Okpara Auditorium in Umuahia at a colloquium in honor of the late governorship candidate of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, regretted the death of the late Professor of Optometry.
Gov. Ikpeazu, who expressed sadness at Ikonne's death, said he supported his emergence as the PDP flag bearer because he required a successor "who is courageous and committed to the realization of the dreams of Abia's founding fathers.
"The governor, who stated that he want to transfer over to a competent successor, stated that Abia was the largest loss as a result of Ikonne's untimely demise.


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