Governor Otti's Projects Under Scrutiny: Public Challenge to Prove Their Existence and Win N2 Million Each (Document)| #NwokeukwuMascot

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Umuahia, Abia state - In a bold move, Eke O Ako, a concerned citizen of Abia State, has issued a public challenge to Governor Alex C. Otti and his administration. Ako doubts the existence of several projects, which he claims are merely figures on paper, and is calling on anyone to prove him wrong. A reward of N2 million awaits each of the five individuals who can provide concrete evidence of the projects' existence.


Among the projects in question are the construction of office buildings, water facilities, waterways, public schools, hospitals, ICT infrastructure, infrastructure development, and more. A detailed list of the projects and their respective costs has been released by Ako.


In the facebook post captioned; “WIN 2 MILLION NAIRA EACH (5 PEOPLE)” Ako further stated that the costs of some of the highlighted projects, marked in blue, are alarmingly high. The concerned citizen believes that Governor Otti needs to justify these expenses or return the funds to the state's accounts.


Eke O Ako’s challenge reads, “I do not believe that the following projects (costs highlighted in yellow in the attachments) for which Governor Alex C. Otti claimed tens of billions of Naira in 9 months, exist anywhere in Abia State, apart from the pages of Abia's financial reports. Governor Otti needs to refund these funds to the state's accounts. I also believe that those costs highlighted in blue are atrociously high. Prove me wrong and win N2m each for 5 people: 


“Construction of Office Buildings - ₦3.8bn, Construction of Water Facilities - ₦260m, Construction of Waterways - ₦290m, Construction of Public Schools - ₦4.6bn, Construction of Hospitals - ₦1.07bn.


“Construction of ICT Infrastructure - ₦2,5bn, Construction of Infrastructure - ₦843m, Purchase of Land  - ₦437m, Renovation of Libraries - ₦10m, Construction of Boundary Pillars - N140m, Construction of Agricultural Facilities - ₦1.6bn.


“Erosion & Flood Control - ₦980m, Water Pollution Prevention - ₦158m, Research & Development Projects - ₦3bn, Government House Restaurant - ₦899m, Governor's Office Medical Equipment - ₦773m, Governor's Office  Media Station - ₦638m.


“Governor's Vehicles - ₦2.8bn, Capacity Building & Value Orientation ₦3.1bn, Governor's Office Office Furniture - ₦134m, Governor's Office IT Equipment & Stationeries - ₦359m, Governor's office Generators ₦147m, Social Welfare Activities ₦486m, Governor's Office Industrial Equipment ₦119.4m.”


To participate in the challenge and stand a chance to win N2 million, Eke O Ako stated that interested individuals must post pictures of the aforementioned projects by the end of Saturday, 2nd May 2024. The evidence must be substantial and verifiable, putting to rest any doubts raised by Ako.


 “TO WIN: 1. Post the pictures of the above projects and win N2m by the end of Saturday, 2nd May 2024.”


Mr Eke O Ako concluded the 2 million naira challenge by imitating notable figures in Abia, reputable media houses and others.


In his words, “Cc. Mike Akpara - Abia Commissioner for Finance, Dodoh Okafor - Senior Special Assistant to Abia Governor on Media, Njum Uma-Onyemenam - Accountant General, Abia State. Ferdinand Ekeoma - Special Adviser to Abia Governor on Media.


“Ugochukwu Iheonunekwu aka Miri Oma , Member representing Isiala-Ngwa North Constituency, Abia State House of Assembly. Ginger O. Onwusibe, Member representing Isiala-Ngwa North & South Constituency, Federal House of Representative, Abuja, Nigeria.

“Sahara Reporters, BBC News Pidgin, MC Chaz, Anyidons, Basketmouth, Daddy Freeze, AY COMEDIAN, World Bank, Tochukwu Ogbuagu KepukepuTv, CASAT TV, All Facts Newspaper, Igbo TV.


This public challenge serves as a call for transparency and accountability in governance. The citizens of Abia State eagerly await the outcome, hoping to witness the truth behind these projects and ensure that public funds are being utilized effectively.


For further information or to submit evidence, interested individuals can reach out to Eke O Ako through the provided contacts.

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