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‘What I Discussed In My Meeting With Otti,’ Kalu Reveals

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Hon. Benjamin Kalu who is the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, met with the governor of Abia State, Alex Otti, yesterday. 

The meeting happened place at the country home of the governor in Umuehim Nvosi in Isiala Ngwa South Local Government Area.

In a statement posted on his official Facebook page on Friday, Kalu informed that the outcome of his meeting with the state government officials was centered on the significance of collaboration between his office and the state government to boost the progress of Abia State. Kalu represents Bende federal constituency of Abia State.

He commended Governor Otti for his selfless and dedicated approach to governance.

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According to the deputy speaker, Abia State is gradually regaining its dignity and standing tall with pride.

“With businesses regaining confidence and expanding their operations in Abia State, the influx of investors signifies a commitment to increasing employment opportunities for our people and the economy of the state.

“I am happy to sustain the partnership that we share, and I hope that our state will continue to benefit from this synergy,” the lawmaker stated.

In another report, former Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha has asserted that the exodus of members from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo State which trailed his departure from the party is a vote of confidence in his leadership.

Ihedioha, during an interview session on AriseTV, disclosed that he left the PDP because of his large followership’s desire for him to lead a change and rebuild Imo State.

Speaking on his exit from PDP, he said, “It was bound to happen. So far the tendencies operating in the party remained there, for quite some time, the warning shots were very clear, just before the election, yes there were issues, but it makes sense that we get into the election convinced to regain power at the federal level and a number of states. But of course, several things happened, and after the election, the issues came to the fore

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