Below are photographs [36 in number] of the present conditions at the Government House [Peter Obi’s Office] after 8 years of the current administration in power.

The photographs are presented in 3 batches:

  1. Government House – from the behind – [11 snapshots]
  2. Government House – road leading to Government House – [14 snapshots]
  3. Government House – abandoned road construction behind Government house [11 snapshots]

The photograph – as taken on October 13, 2013 shows what appears a complete neglect of administrative duties and misplacement of priorities.

Enjoy

Government House, Awka

The part of government not seen by most visitors to the government house: See the signpost to the right - "The Anambra Bureau of Statistics".

The part of government not seen by most visitors to the government house: See the signpost to the right – “The Anambra Bureau of Statistics”.

To the left are Government house offices. The road in the picture shows the state of care and management by the current administration

To the left are Government house offices. The road in the picture shows the state of care and management by the current administration

part of the government house - notice the drainage system.

part of the government house – notice the drainage system.

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Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

Road network directly behind the govt house

 

Government House road, Awka, – road which Governor Peter Obi takes to work daily.

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka

Government House road, Awka: Entrance to Govt House

 

Abandoned Road Construction behind Government – started at the eve of 2010 guber elections – abandoned after the elections.

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construction flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construction flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election - but abandoned after elections

Behind government house: Abandoned construct flagged off during the 2010 election – but abandoned after elections

 

12 Comments to: PhotoNews: Peter Obi’s Failure in Anambra Government House, Awka

  1. Ike Cosmos

    October 22nd, 2013

    My brothers most of you are incapable of rational judgement.If after 8 good and solid unimpeded road to good governance Obi could not accomplish much and a sane person is supporting obi then he needs his upstairs examined.Obi seized Local gov funds went about donating money and cars which is what a typical Igbo man wants then shame on you.Donating cash money is what a typical Igbo man wants and he played a good game at that.The sacrifice is the future of our children.Look at the roads and you are talking.He will surely cough out the money he had embezzeled and trying a cover up by buying people over including the missions.God help us.

  2. chinonye adibe nworji

    October 19th, 2013

    I totally agree wt Opi 1 of Adazi @ dis person talking abt ……failure of gov Peter Obi……” is jobless”. 4 real he has no job n is daft 4 presenting a federal road hia taggn it as govt house road at Akw. Of a truth gov peter Obi did immensely in road networking in Anambra state. N wia solidly behind him 2 present a candidate who will authomatically continue 4rm wia he stopped. Kudos my governor @ BRAVO!!!!, contenders go hung d high tention wire indeed. Long live Anambra state

  3. Chizoba Ogboo

    October 18th, 2013

    truly a photo speak ur report and photos clearly explain you, as someone who lost focus on anambra issues. pls give the accurate names of the street or road. have you ask anyone in ur village to use govt facilities or are u saying ur town never benefited?

  4. landsoil

    October 17th, 2013

    Am really amazed how people react to honest issues at times. We should understand the essence of sharing the pic. Even though as somebody rightly said some od the roads are not government house road but the facts remains all the roads shown here are in the state capital Awka. It is a shame to Gov Peter Obi. The first port of call for a visitor any were is capital of city, state or what ever. Awka need a total face lift and nobody should argue that. 8 years in office and we are seeing this in a state capital is a disgrace to Gov Obi. We should call a spade a spade. since the creation of Anambra no governor has spent such years in office. This is a fact. So he has no moral justification to present any candidate as his successor because Ndi Anambra will reject that person hand down.

  5. montee

    October 17th, 2013

    Obi has done better than all his predecessors put together, we need to appreciate his selfless efforts despite distractions

  6. Obiajulu Umeadi

    October 17th, 2013

    This disgraceful biko nu.

  7. Ogbuagu

    October 16th, 2013

    I agree with Opi 1 of Adazi. Get a job!

  8. Chris McCool Nwosu

    October 16th, 2013

    Okay! Thanks for showing us the roads behind the government house. But we also know that the days of the place [temp site] you are refering to as government house are numbered in view of the three arm zone now in the works.

    The workers are not also complaining because in these 7 years +, Obi has constructed for them a twin magnificent state-of-the-art secretariat complex with all comfort complete and enhanced workers welfare more than the govts before put together did.

    I’m also aware that these roads have more farms than house surrounding them; so what’s the big deal or the urgency to transform the area?

    In a nutshell, you have only succeded in proving to me how prudent and unself-centered Obi is. The average Nigerian governor would have concentrated on his surroundings at the detriment of areas that truly need priority attention. But here we are, face to face with one who cares less about self.

    Congratulations Peter Obi!

  9. john

    October 16th, 2013

    Let me ask, is Gov. Peter Obi d 1st governor of Anambra State? What did others do? Is Peter obi d president of d country who will d ur federal roads? Pls haters shuld hug d high tension. Leave Peter only.

  10. chimezie

    October 16th, 2013

    If he did not develop the state capital but invested in other towns in the state, then i say thumbs up to Obi. Is it written anywhere in the constitution that the state capital must be more beautiful than other towns.

  11. OPI 1 of ADAZI

    October 16th, 2013

    This your campaign against the Govt., of Obi is too shallow.Most of the roads you show here is federal govt, why tag it Govt house road? Go and look for something better and do bcoz you r jobless.