Ikpeazu Credits N450million to Abia State Polytechnic.

This is to inform our Dear Citizens and Stakeholders that having complied with the directive of Government to open a Treasury Single Account, the Abia State Government has credited the 450 million Naira approved by the Governor to the Account of the Abia State Polytechnic, Aba .

It will be recalled that opening of a TSA inflow account with a reputable Bank was the precondition for the release of the 450 million Naira which Government has approved to kick-start the process of offsetting all salary arrears owed to it’s staff.

The benefit of a Treasury Single Account is to ensure transparency and accountability in expenditure and help to minimize revenue leakages that have been a major challenge to the growth and development of the Abia State Polytechnic, Aba.

Government is desirous and determined to entrench a new era of transparency and efficiency in the management of Abia State Polytechnic and will not relent in taking all necessary action to this effect.


Barr Eze Chikamnayo
Honourable Commissioner for Information and Strategy
Abia State

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Ikpeazu inaugurates ABSU Governing Council, tasks them on excellence

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has inaugurated the reconstituted Governing Council of the Abia State University, (ABSU), tasking them on excellence and seamless academic calendar.

Chief Mba Okoronkwo Ukariwe is the Pro Chancellor and Chairman of the Council of the University.

Inaugurating the Council Government House, Umuahia, Ikpeazu charged them to lead out in the growth and development of the university as it occupies an important place in the comity of universities in the country.

He recalled with joy that the institution grew from the 97th to 26th position in the country as well the second best State university in Nigeria, adding that it recently won an award from Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

He said the sterling performance could only be sustained if students remain on campus with teaching and learning in progress.

The Governor disclosed that his administration recently released the sum of N200m while an additional N150m would be released in the next few days to support the University to pay three months salary of staff.

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