Southeast Governor Discloses His Next Political Move After 2023

Southeast Governor Discloses His Next Political Move After 2023

- Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state has spoken about three options which he considers when he leaves office

- Amid the rising violence in the southeast zone, Ikpeazu, explained why he does not believe violence should be involved in agitation

- The politician has refrained from making suggestions about who would succeed him as governor in 2023

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Aba, Abia state - The governor of Abia state, Okezie Ikpeazu, has disclosed that he might return to lecturing after his term ends in 2023.

Ikpeazu made the disclosure an interactive session with journalists at the governor’s lodge in Aba, The Nation reported.

Southeast governor discloses his political future in 2023
Okezie is already planning for life after politics. Photo: Gov Okezie Ikpeazu(phd)
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The politician stated that he could also delve into the business of shoemaking.

He said:

''I have three options for 2023. The first is to return to the classroom to continue teaching.

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“Secondly, since I am now learning how to make shoes, I should be through with the training by then and open a shoe business.
“Lastly, I would wait for my people to speak to me. For now, they are yet to speak and I can’t jump the gun.”

In another news, Ikpeazu stated that he does not believe in the creation of Biafra through violence.

He made the disclosure when he appeared as a guest on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics.

According to him, there are better means of going about such agitation, adding that it can be achieved in a civil manner.

Meanwhile, the Ebonyi state governor, David Umahi, believes those responsible for the rising security challenges in the southeast are Igbo youths.

The governor made the comment when he was interviewed virtually by Channels Television on Tuesday, June 1.

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The governor lamented that indigenes of the region, especially the young people who should protect the interest of the southeast as future leaders were the ones carrying out the attacks.

In another news, the Southeast Governors’ Forum has said May 30 would be set aside as a day to remember millions of Igbo that lost their lives during the civil war.

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This was disclosed by Ebonyi state governor, Engr Dave Umahi who also doubles as the chairman of the forum.

The governor made the comment when he was interviewed virtually by Channels Television on Tuesday, June 1.

Source: Legit

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