gov. okezie ikpeazu

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    Politics COVID-19: Ikpeazu extols Abia-born doctor, Ogbuagu for being part of vaccine research – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Metro Finally, SSS frees lawyer detained illegally for four months – Premium Times Nigeria
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    Politics I am healed, COVID-19 not death sentence, says Ikpeazu – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro DSS Still Detaining Nigerian Lawyer, Emperor Gabriel Ogbonna, Without Charges Despite Fulfilling Bail Conditions – Sahara Reporters
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    Politics Doctors Battle To Save Governor Ikpeazu From Coronavirus As He Is Diagnosed With Diabetes – Tori News
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    Politics Supreme Court affirms election of Ikpeazu, fines Nwosu N4m - The Guardian Newspaper

    The Supreme Court on Friday in Abuja dismissed an application filed by Mr Friday Nwosu, praying the court to disqualify Mr Okezie Ikpeazu as democratically elected governor of Abia. Click here to read more
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    Politics My Political Travails Not Yet Over, Ikpeazu Tells Supporters - Independent News

    Umuahia– Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has reminded his supporters that the political travails against his administration was not yet over with the pending Supreme Court judgment to be delivered on April 13, 2018 in a suit filed by one of his party members challenging his election in...
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    Politics Easter celebration:Ikpeazu urges Christians to pray for leaders - The Nation News

    Christians in Nigeria, on Sunday, joined their counterparts all over the world to observe Easter and its celebrations. Easter, the principal festival of the Christian church year, celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. Click here to read more
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    Politics Abia will stop depending on Federal allocation by 2022 – Commissioner - The Guardian

    Abia Government will cease to depend on Federal allocation from 2022 when the return on government’s current investment in oil palm will be sufficient enough to finance the state. The State Commissioner for Information, Mr John Okiyi, made the assertion on Wednesday at an interaction with the...