Abia: I will work very hard before leaving office in 2023 – Ikpeazu
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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has promised to work very hard before leaving office, in 2023.

Ikpeazu disclosed that he would work so hard that his successor would find it difficult to operate.

Speaking in Aba area of the state, the governor explained that his successor would be able to operate if “he is running on the same lane.”

The governor also promised to return to his three-bedroom apartment in Aba, when his tenure expires.

Ikpeazu said the measure would help him keep an eye on his successor.

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He said: “I have spent time in my lodge in Aba, it is a three-bedroom apartment. I don’t know how many governors can reside in this kind of place.

“But I stay here because I want to keep my eyes on the fact that I’m the Governor today, but I will not be the Governor tomorrow.

“I won’t take myself too far away from how I live my life. I will work hard to the point that somebody coming after me will find it difficult to operate unless he is running on this same lane.”

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Asked whether he will be running for the Senate in 2023, the Governor disclosed that he is faced with three options of returning to the classroom as a lecturer, learning how to make shoes as a student of the Aba Footwear Academy and listening to his people’s decision on his political future.

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