From Okey Sampson, Umuahia
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has called for true fiscal federalism where states would have powers to manage resources in their domains, saying it was the only way forward for the country.
Ikpeazu made the call when he received in audience a delegation of the Federal Commissioner, representing Abia State at the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), Dr. Chris Akomas at Government Lodge, Aba.
He equally advocated that in the case of natural resources, states should control those domiciled in their area and pay royalties to the Federal Government.
The governor recalled that the Eastern region used to be the fastest growing economy in the world during the times of Dr. Michael Okpara when there was true federalism with different regions controlling their resources. He said was not equally endowed by nature and such they must be allowed to enjoy the advantages of those endowments since the regions also live with the disadvantages of such endowments, especially environmental degradation.
He stressed the need for funds reserved for Federal roads by the Federal Government to be sent to the States to fix such roads that cut across the States.
Ikpeazu maintained that states should be allowed and empowered to do Federal government roads in their domains.
He observed that the call for states to make contributions to the ongoing review of the revenue sharing formula by the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) is desirable, adding that the move for the review by the RMAFC is laudable and assured that Abia State would cooperate with the Commission and make her position known soon.
Dr. Akomas who is the Chairman of the Committee on Disbursement of the Commission had earlier told the governor that the team was in the State to sensitize the Abia Government on the ongoing process of the review of the revenue sharing formula of the Federal Government.
He stated that the process of reviewing the revenue sharing formula is the constitutional responsibility of the Commission and said that response to the review was urgent while the next stage would be the Zonal Public hearings where States would make their positions known
Ikpeazu, Uzodimma, Obiano, Ugwuanyi, Umahi are complicit and collaborators of fulani criminals from Guinea to keep Igbos under fulani rulership.
Fulani criminals from Guinea are traditional rulers, religious leaders, political office holders etc. over Hausa people, Kanuris etc. of the north. Fulani criminals from Guinea used 1804 fulani caliphate with its emirates to dominate northern natives politically, used northern natives to dominate southern natives politically and stole wealth of this territory natives, frustrated economic developments of this territory natives to make this territory natives poor and keep them under fulani rulership.
Fraudulent Electoral Structure of fulani caliphate called Nigeria said anyone who wants to be president must win 2/3 of the states which is 24 states. Because fulani criminals from Guinea used 1804 fulani caliphate with its emirates to control the 19 states of the north. By so doing, decides who’s the president, governors, NASS members etc. and must implement policies of fulani caliphate. Policies of fulani caliphate which is to keep this territory natives under fulani rulership.
I have successfully played my role for liberation of this territory natives from the bondage of fulani caliphate called Nigeria in which Biafra Republic of south east is one of the six sovereign states.
The majority Igbos which stand for Biafra Republic of south east must establish interim government of Biafra Republic now with military, police etc. to defend territorial borders of Igboland, fix Igboland and economies or remain under bondage of fulani caliphate called Nigeria, suffer in and die in it. Only the Sword decides.
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