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Govt Uncover Plot to Demonstrate Unlawfully


Government has uncovered a planned violent demonstration by some people who were purportedly recruited by an unscrupulous former Chairman of the Local Government Service Commission into the already over bloated Local Government Service without approval .

The over-bloated nefarious violent protest is mainly those organizers being investigated by a Panel of Enquiry and whose only intention is to cause mayhem thereby diverting attention from the ongoing exercise.

The Abia State Government therefore warns that it would hold the said former Chairman o, therefore, the State Local Government Commission, and his political collaborators accountable if they do not immediately desist from their evil plan which is meant to instigate civil unrest and disrupt the pervading atmosphere of peace in our dear State.

Those sending and receiving text messages in furtherance of the aforementioned nefarious movement are hereby advised to caution themselves accordingly.


Barr Eze Chikamnayo
Honourable Commissioner for Information and Strategy
Abia State

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