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7th Abia State House Of Assembly Not A Jamboree – Chinedum Orji Replies Kalu | READ DETAILS


7th Abia State House Of Assembly Not A Jamboree – Chinedum Orji Replies Kalu | READ DETAILS

The immediate past Speaker of the Abia State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Chinedum Enyinnaya Orji FNSE, has described Rt. Hon. Chikwendu Kalu’s recent statement about the 7th Assembly as having engaged in a jamboree as unfortunate especially considering the fact that Kalu was also a Member of the said Assembly.

Orji in a statement issued on Wednesday, advised his predecessor to hide his face in shame as he has no moral justification to compare his tenure as Speaker to that of any other Speaker that has served in that Assembly.

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“Did Rt Hon Chikwendu Kalu leave the assembly complex and Speaker’s lodge
better than he met it?

If he did let him show Abians with pictorial evidence.

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He should mention acclaimed Bills, both for social and economic development, passed into Law under his leadership as Speaker.

He should explain how a “death trap” erected in the name of a building in the assembly complex under his leadership which also stopped after window level cost over N300m yet cannot be completed even by the current Speaker.

What happened to all the items including furniture etc bought with taxpayers’ money at the Speaker’s lodge at the end of his tenure?

What really transpired at the twilight of the tenure of the 7th assembly with respect to his role in collecting monetary inducement to change the house rules? Orji queried Kalu.

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The former Speaker advised his predecessor to be reminded of the fact that “he who lives in a glass house does not throw stones and that gratitude should be a virtue.”

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