'Anglican Bishops criticized my Govt for refusing to re-hire a daughter of one of their own who was employed by Ikpeazu —Gov Otti | #NwokeukwuMascot


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Abia State government has reacted to the criticism of an Anglican clergyman regarding the non-payment of salaries and the dismissal of Abia civil servants.

Recall our recent reports where Anglican priests criticized the non-payment and sacking of Abia civil servants., advising the Dr. Alex Otti-led Abia State government to pay more attention to development.

Reacting to trend-setting criticism, the media aide to Abia State Governor, Mr Ferdinand Ekeoma said the clergy was crying because her daughter employed by the immediate past government was sacked.

Mr ekeoma’s statement reads in full: "The said signatory had made a request to the Governor to exclude and allow his daughter who was a beneficiary of the March 2023 employment carried out by the previous government, after it had lost election, to remain in the Civil Service.

"However, the Governor turned down the request on the grounds that it will be unjust to exclude or recall one person out of the several people affected.

"The same Signatory had also made two other futile requests to the Governor which included; to endorse and confirm a factional Chairman of NULGE in Abia against the will of majority of the union executives and members, and also to support the imposition of a certain traditional ruler as Chairman Traditional Rulers Council. The Governor turned down these requests because they were unhealthy and self serving.“ He ended.


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