66th Birthday: Abaribe Is A Collosus – Anyi Pius Anyim

…As Governor of Abia state, Okezie Ikpeazu slams Martin Adeyemi

By Chris Udochukwu

Abuja (Precise Post) – Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation and former , Anyim Pius Anyim has described Enyinnaya Abaribe as a Collosus as he marks his 66th birthday.

This is also as the , Okezie Ikpeazu has slammed Martin Adeyemi, describing him as a mad man who does not deserve attention.

Recall that Adeyemi had at plenary last week referred Okezie Ikpeazu as a drunkard.

Anyim stated this in his at a book presentation by Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe to mark his 66th birthday titled: “Made In Aba, A Life Of Coincidences”, held in Abuja on Monday.

Senator Anyim who said he wishes to be like Senator Abaribe, highlighted that he first know Abaribe when he was Deputy Governor of Abia State.

The former SGF said Senator Abaribe has stood against which some people have viewed as controversial. Indeed, a public life without controversy is not a good life, Anym said.

“There is a time that you have to stand against . I wish to be like you. The book will make an interesting read. Abaribe’s ability to make decision and stand his ground stands him out. The decisions he has made as public servant that has not been comfortable but standing by those decisions. I want to read the book of life written by you and it will make me be like you, Senator Anyim Added”.

Former governor of Abia state, Senator Theodore Orji in his remarks said the book, “Made In Aba” reveals who Abaribe is, what he was before until he became the . How to be or not to be a deputy governor. Reading the book will guide you in life to know how to myander through in life.

Precise Post recalls that other who graced the book launch were: Former Governors of Imo State, Hon Emeka Ihedioha; Prof Pat Utomi; Senator Ajayi Boriface who represented the Ahmad Lawan , Senator Mamora, of Abia , Chinedu Orji, PDP National Leaders to mention but s few.

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