Ikpeazu's media aid resigns


Comrade Chika Art Adiele, a

Senior Special Assistant on media to the Abia state Governors Okezie Ikpeazu, has resigned his appointment from the governor's team.

Adiele, in a resignation letter made available to City Times cited insensitivity of the People's Democratic party led administration to the overall well-being of Abia People as the reason for quitting his job.

He lamented that all the efforts he made to attract the attention of the governor to change the state for better were rebuffed.

He however thanked the governor for the opportunity given to him to serve the state.

Re: Resignation Letter


I have watched with dismay the deafening silence of PDP led government concerning the overall well-being of Ndi Abia.

As a media professional and good governance advocate.

I have, over the years, patiently sought the understanding and empathy of my dear GOVERNOR, yet all my interventions were rebuffed. Sadly, it is my belief that this government do not reflect my ideal society.

However, I wish to reiterate my sincerest thanks to Dr Okezie Victor Ikpeazu, for giving me the rare privilege to serve our people and to Queen Victoria my sweet wife, whose endless prayers sustained me; my two beautiful daughters, Zara and Favor, my priceless gifts.

I have played my part! I have finished strong!

Abia shall rise again from the ashes of misgovernance.

Thank you and God bless you.


Comrade Chika Art Adiele

Senior Special Assistant to Abia state Governor on Media.

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