2023: Group positions Prof Ibe for Abia Govenor


By Toby Chuks

As Nigerians begin to prepare ground for the 2023 general election, a group of political watchers in Abia State who wish to see change in the State through the 2023 poll have declared their support for Professor Gregory Ik Ibe as their choice for the governorship seat at the government house in Umuahia.

The political watchers who converged under the aegis of Ibe Support Movement (ISM) told journalists in Aba that the challenges facing Abia State requires a much more capable hand like Professor Ibe contending that Ibe holds the ace ahead of others in terms of exposure, capacity and experience in human and economic management needed for good governance in Abia State.

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President of the group Don Louis Chinedu who spoke elaborately on why they want Prof Ibe as Abia Governor in 2023 noted that Ibe who is the founder and pro Chancellor Gregory University not only understands the problems of Abia State but also have what it takes to address them going by his profile and achievements as an educationist and versatile businessman.

He observed that the founder of Gregory University understands the problems of Abia State and also knows the solution to the problems because he is very close to the people noting that Ibe who is also the Converner of World Igbo Summit Group (WISG) has over the years stood out in fighting the cause of Abia State as well as Ndigbo with his hard earned resources.

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The ISM President added “Ibe is a philanthropist, a scholar and an consumate entrepreneur with immense national visibility in Nigeria and substantial global reach upon which he will attract good things into Abia State from within Nigeria and from foreign lands. He holds the ace in human and economic management as a larger scale employer of labour and that all we need to move Abia State where is suppose to be”

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