Abia Govt Threatens To Prosecute Individuals, Groups Behind Orji’s Campaign Posters

GOV. THEODORE ORJI OF ABIA, ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM JOURNALISTS SHORTLY AFTER HE PRESENTED THE STATE 2014 BUDGET OF N149.6 BILLION TO THE STATE ASSEMBLY IN UMUAHIA ON MONDAY (30/12/2013)
GOV. THEODORE ORJI OF ABIA, ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM JOURNALISTS SHORTLY AFTER HE PRESENTED THE STATE 2014 BUDGET OF N149.6 BILLION TO THE STATE ASSEMBLY IN UMUAHIA ON MONDAY (30/12/2013)

The Abia State Government on Thursday warned that it is now a prosecutable offence to procure, distribute and post printed materials or mount billboards in the state indicating or suggesting that Gov. Theodore Orji has accepted to or has become a candidate for Abia Central Senatorial District in the 2015 election.

The governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Charles Ajunwa, in a press statement said the governor has decried the action as he did not mandate any person or group to print and post campaign posters for him, threatening that henceforth, anyone caught in the act would be arrested and prosecuted by law enforcement agencies.

Information Nigeria reports that thousands of campaign posters and billboards propping the governor up as a candidate for the senate come 2015 dot every nook and cranny of Umuahia, the state capital, and other parts of the state, particularly the Central senatorial zone.

 

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