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N41b UBEC fund: Accord party deputy governorship candidate, berates APGA govt for not accessing UBEC fund

By T. C Nwachukwu


…Accord Party to revitalize Anambra Education Sector

Sir. kenneth Ifeatu Obi, the Deputy Governorship candidate of Accord Party and the running mate to Dr. Godwin Mmaduka has fulminated against the failure of Apga led Government to access Anambra’s billions of Naira of Universal Basic Education Fund (UBEC Fund).

The Accord Party Deputy Governorship candidate expressed his dismay while reacting to the shocking revelation made by the Executive Secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Hamid Boboyyi, that over N41.06 billion UBEC matching grants is lying un-accessed by Anambra State Government since 2017 till date despite the poor state of many primary schools across the country

The UBEC Executive Secretary Mr Boboyyi disclosed this in Abuja, on while presenting the 2020 Capital Budget Performance to the Senate Committee on Basic and Secondary Education Stated that Anambra State failed to access the fund in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

Sir Kenneth Ifeatu Obi, a Director in Oasis Medical UK and a Director in Atantic Oil Services while adressing a cross section of Ndi Anambra in Awka who visited him assured that the blueprint of Accord Party for the Educational sector will pitch Anambra children to compete favourably with their counter part across the globe.

He stated that at a time when artificial intelligence and robotic technology has swept across the Western World, thus Anambra children cannot be left behind with the sad news that the UBEC Fund has not be accessed.

He reiterated that commitment of Dr Maduka to elavete the Educational sector by increasing the Educational budget to the UNESCO benchmark.

Sir Kenneth Ifeatu Obi urged Ndi Anambra to vote in the Accord Party in the forthcoming November 6th general election as Dr. Godwin Maduka through the Accord Party is poised to replicate the umuchukwu magic wand across Anambra State

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