The Solution

1. PROBLEM OF HIGH URBAN MIGRATION

MANIFESTO PROJECT

  a. Grassroot Development
  b. Provision of social amenities for rural
communities (reintroducing Water
Management Boards, for steady water
supplies, solar energy, community TVs
and viewing centres)

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2. PROBLEM OF INSECURITY

MANIFESTO SOLUTION

 a. Equipping the Police better and liaising better with the Inspector General, IG of Police.
 b. Harnessing the skills and expertise of local vigilantes, hunters and other Security Agencies to collaborate with the Police for safe environments

3. PROBLEMS OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY –
HIGH MORTALITY RATE
 i. High Maternal Mortality Rate, MMR (10% above
National Average)
 ii. High Infant Mortality Rate, IMR (18% above
National Average)
 iii. High Childhood Mortality Rate, CMR
MANIFES TO SOLUTION
 a. Construction of 2 General Hospitals in each LGA
 b. Construction of Women and Children hospital inside each General Hospital
 c. Free Medicare from cradle to 15 years and from 70 years and above.
 d. Regular Health check for men from age 50
 e. Establishment of 3 Geriatric Medical Centers in each LGA to serve as Community Health Centers

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4. PROBLEM OF VERY LOW LITERACY LEVEL

SOLUTION

 a. Refurbishing of Schools' Infrastructure
 b. Supply of Computers to the Schools
 c. Establishment of Free Primary Education
 d. Offering of One Free Meal a day for Primary School Pupils
 e. Establishment of Adult Education/Evening Schools
 f. Drive for enrolment of Girl-Child in School
 g. Establishment of Education Board and Education Management Board

5. PROBLEM OF DEPLORABLE STATE OF ABIA ROADS

MANIFESTO SOLUTION:

 a. Construction of Road net works both inter and intra State and Communities
 b. Establishment of PWD (Public Works Department) for Quick Road Repairs with Uniform.
 c. Establishment of PWD Telephone Hotlines for Abia Citizens to report bad and dangerous points on the Roads for urgent repairs to save lives
 d. Collaboration with Community Leaders in Road Construction of each area
 e. Extraction of 15 years guarantee on Road Contracts
 f. Construction properly closed drainages

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6. PROBLEM COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

MANIFESTO SOLUTION

 a. The Commercial City of Aba shall be granted a Special Status with Fire Service Trucks, etc with Govt digitalized toll gates
 b. Renovation of Markets. Turning some into plaza's Boreholes will be built in Big Markets
 c. Digitalization of Markets and Motor parks
 d. Establishment of Cooperative Societies for empowerment
 e. Resuscitation of the famous Aba Textiles Milles and other Cottage Industries Aba is known for.
 f. Attract new Foreign Investors to Abia

7. PROBLEMOF NO FUNCTIONING CULTURE AND TOURISM

MANIFESTO

 a. Creation of ABIA DAY or UBOCHI NDE ABIA
 b. Biafra War Museum in Umuahia
 c. Long Juju of Arochukwu
 d. Azumini Blue River
 e. Commercialization of Natural Resources found in Abia (list some)

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8. PROBLEM: LOW LEVEL AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES

SOLUTION:

 a. Ensure safe forestry and farmland for
farmers
 b. Construction of Farm Settlements in
collaboration with Town Unions
 c. Provision of Community General
Agric Storage where itinerant farms can sell off their produce to Government
 d. Provision of Mechanized Tools for Cluster-Farmers

9. PROBLEM: LACK OF SOCIAL WELFARE

SOLUTION

 a. Provision of Social welfare packages for
widows, orphans, domestic violence victims, etc
 b. Having Town Hall Meetings with Communities to know their challenges
 c. Handling Community Contracts in Collaboration with Community Leaders

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10. THE COURTS AND THE REFORMATION OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

 - Rebuilding and Upgrading the Magistrate & High Courts in Abia State
 - Implementing measures that ameliorate the situation of gender based victims (men and women) with focus on women of domestic and community violence.
 - Reformation of the Criminal Justice System to the extent where it is not only punitive but also rehabilitative, reducing recidivism and helping ex-prisoners to be socially re-intergrated into the society and grant them the dignity to live better again.
 - Increasing the Workforce in the Judiciary so that the Magistrate and High Court Judge are not over worked nor burnt out but will remain sharpened in mind and focus to deal with justice and legal cases before them.