Ohaneze Youth Council Urge Buhari To Fix South-East Roads

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Igbo socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to fix South-East roads.

The group has tasked the president to fix federal roads in the South-East, particularly the ones located in Abia State.

The OYC said the deplorable condition of roads in the zone is having adverse effect on the economic activities of the people.

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The group decried the worsening condition of South East roads particularly federal roads in the zone.

Ohanaeze Youth Council ( OYC) in a press statement signed by its National President, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, said:

“Ohanaeze Youths call on President Buhari to intervene and help rebuild South-East Federal roads, especially in Aba.

“We hasten to remind Mr. President that he still holds the highest chieftaincy title of Aba, Ogbu Agu I of Aba.

“Mr. President, as of today, we cannot easily access the road to the palace of HRM Eze Isaac Ikonne, where chieftaincy was conferred on you.



“Federal roads in the South-East, and Abia State in particular, are begging for Federal Government’s attention.”

Fix South-East Roads – Ohaneze Youth Council Urge Buhari

In a similar development, Ohanaeze youths also called on Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, to expedite action on governance in the state.

The group said Gov Ikpeazu should as a matter of urgency, focus on payment of workers’ salaries, youth empowerment and blockage of revenue leakages.

The Council tasked Governor Ikpeazu to put internal measures in place to cushion the effect of the biting economic recession in the state.

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The OYC also called on Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu to declare amnesty to kidnappers, militants and other criminal elements terrorizing Abia residents.

The youth group also expressed concern over the condition of workers in the state following months of salary arrears.

They urged the governor to expedite action in payment of workers salaries.