By Clifford Ndujihe, Political Editor For a journey of 1,460 days, seven days are too few to tell how far one would go. But they could indicate how well one may go. Across the 29 states where governors, 12 of them first termers, were sworn-in, last Wednesday, for a four-year term, it has been a mixed grill. While some of them hit the ground running as it were, some of them started on a controversial note. We’re ready to pay N30,000 minimum wage – PDP governors(Opens in a new browser tab) A couple of them began with complaints against their predecessors and reversing some last-minute appointments and decisions. A host of them have made key and sensitive appointments while others have not. Still there are those who have shown clear direction where their administrations are headed by unveiling their economic and development agenda. Expectedly, the actions and inaction of the governors have started raising dust in the states as following reports below show. Happy reading! ABIA: Ikpeazu’s positive steps raise expectations By Anayo Okoli & Ugochukwu Alaribe UMUAHIA—IN one week in office after being sworn-in for his second term, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has taken few positive actions which point to… Read full this story
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