Youths jubilate the failure of Gov Ikpeazu at the polls,call on EFCC to arrest him

Here is a video of youths in governor Okezie Ikpeazu’s village in Umuobiakwa jubilating and chanting for the EFCC to come and arrest Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu. Upon getting the news that Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu is coming a very distant third position in his senatorial bid, they took to the streets to jubilate.

This kind of embarrassment has never happened before in the history of Abia State. It is happening for the first time that youths from the governor’s village in Abia will be celebrating their son’s downfall with so much passion.

Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu as a governor for 8 years did not raise a single youth in his village. He did not put a single youth of Umuobiakwa as a cleaner in any government office, talk more of putting anybody in any higher position.

While Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s second son of 21 years, Chinedum Ikpeazu is cruising around town with a vehicle of over 70 million Naira, youths from Umuobiakwa village that produced a governor of 8 years are loitering about with nothing to show for it.

When people from Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s village go to beg for alms, Gov. Ikpeazu’s younger brother, Barr. Iheanyi Ikpeazu will ask them to bring documents of their lands for him to buy. How happy can one be buying lands from poor villagers before you can assist them?

Gov. Ikpeazu lost election in his polling unit and of course, in his entire village. He treated his people with disdain, and of course, they paid him back in a greater proportion.

See the video yourself, I did not fabricate it.

  • Mezie Abia

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