Ikpeazu dissolves cabinet, as govs Makinde, Ugwuanyi commission projects
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has formally dissolved the state Executive Council after the last meeting, which he presided over.
As part of his last activities in office, Ikpeazu, whose eight years tenure officially ends today, on Friday, commissioned some projects, which his administration completed, including the new Government House at Umuahia, which was started by his predecessor, Theodore Orji.
Other projects commissioned were Aba Specialist Hospital, Aba; Health Village, Faulks Road Aba; Garment Factory Aba; A-Line Ariaria at Ariaria Market Aba; Nenu and Umuihie Cottage hospitals and rehabilitated internal roads at Umuahia Campus of Abia State University.
While governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State commissioned the Aba projects, his Oyo State counterpart, Seyi Makinde, commissioned the new Government House, Umuahia.
Ikpeazu, who thanked his cabinet members for their dedication and diligence with which they carried out their assignments, wished them well in their future endeavours.
While the governor shared successes of his administration with members of the state council, he also accepted responsibility for their failures.