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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Imo State Pensioners Asked To Sign Off 50percent Monthly Pension Or Forget It

 THIS IS WRONG!.....
Pensioners in IMO state were told to sign off 50percent of their monthly pension to State Govt or forget the entire money...
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The Governor of that state should bow his head in shame....why steal from the poor?
Wickedness beyond belief!

35 comments:

  1. To think that these people trusted him is heartbreaking....
    I feel so sad for the ones that do not have alternative source of income or help from someone.

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    1. After people will come here and be praising Rochas. Everything rochas does is eye service. He doesn't care for the people of imo state at all. He doesn't want to pay pension. But there is money for him to embezzle

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    2. No different between Evans d kidnapper and Rochas d 419er. When Biafra pulls through we will send him back to ala awusa. LG's allocation he has been eating isn't enough for him again, shame on Rochas.

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  2. Rochas the thief, funny enough he didn't just start it now.its going to two years now. He pays them a particular percentage and if it's 11months, it's will pay 6months a tell u to sign u have collected all and forfeit the rest. God help Imo state

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    1. Stella call his name, Rochas okorocha. He don use the money flex .. and will have the nerves to be posting abroad graduation pictures

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  3. Shame on Rochas Okorocha. Always using church activities to cover his wicked side. Anyways, its hypocrites that carry church pass for head sef. Namsense!

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  4. The it's quite pathetic that nobody wants to come to their aid, this is brazen corruption, most of the senior citizens are dieing daily as this is their only means of livelihood,tomorrow you see this evil men in a church, asking god for forgiveness

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  5. What?

    Some people no longer have the fear of God. Why do you want to cheat old people off their sweat? Indirectly saying you don't want to ever get old.

    God help our present day Nigeria

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  6. And you say some people will not go to Hell fire after this,old men/women that put in their best and they are trying to rob them of their pensions,the thunder that will fire them is warming up in Alaka(Effurun )

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  7. That's Rochas for you, is this how he will rule if he becomes the president? Thank God for Anambra state governor, he is owing nobody not even the retirees. Willie will rule again, God bless the gentle man. Rochas, there is a God of the poor and He shall fight for them

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    1. The pensioners are wailing and crying to God, He has heard them. Nebuchadnezzar was humbled, Rochas won't be different I can assure him that.

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  8. Garbage government, and they want to sit at the same table and believe they are equals to just and prosperous rulers in effective countries. Even the pittance they are paying the ppl they want to cut in half. Working ppl can't get their salaries and seniors should accept a 50% reduction and if they refuse then they get nothing, isn't that a dictatorship? Why won't ppl try everything to leave, even try the hell gates of Libya if this is their future. Leadership under the black man, may God give us the strength to endure leadership under the black man. Time for Nigerian women governers and presidents, enough of foolish men decades in and out and still no progress for the average citizen.

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  9. That is Rochas for you, wicked soul!

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  10. My God! What wickedness! I wonder how the wicked sleep at night. That is if they even sleep at all.

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  11. No be today Rochas begin commit na.

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  12. This governor is wicked and greediness will kill him
    God!!that's why northern state grow faster

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  13. Take note: these are the people that will head Biafra. Moral of the gist; there is corruption everywhere.

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    1. Fool. Rochas is clearly against Biafra. That's not even the fact in issue here

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  14. Rochas okorocha may ur you and your generation suffer for all the pain you are putting the poor pple in, God will not have mercy upon you & ur generation, jeez this is sheer wickedness.

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  15. May God purnish Rochas Okotocha for this. Haba !!

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  16. Why make Uriel and the rest an ambassador to carnival etc when there is no money in d state

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    1. That's even the small part. The same governor will spend money building arches on rough roads with open/gaping gutters. Spend money building, tearing down and rebuilding structures with no real or immediate economic value to the people. I could go on. All this while pensioners are being owed up to seventy months payment and beyond. Nobody is talking about their 'gratuity'.

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  17. rochas okorohausa the wicked thief. your day of reckoning is coming.








    *hangs leg on the wall*

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  18. This is sheer wickedness. These people gave their youthfulness to the state and now they want to rob them of their entitlement.

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  19. Has he reduced the cost of governance he accrued to his family appointees and himself. Get human right lawyers to sue his sorry ass

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  20. Shame on mallam Okorocha......WTF is that

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  21. I've been begging rich naija pple in d abroad..una no fit hire snipers that can take these animals out with a shot to d head? Why condone this when u can do somth about it? The only thing evil needs to thrive is the silence of good men. Efcc what are u guys doing besides giving hilarious replies on twitter? This is no joke at all.. parading Evans up and down is not the ish..Rochas is worse than Evans one million times. By the time some of these thieves are assassinated, the others will seat up..

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    1. You can say that again,again and again.

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  22. No be new gist na. He's been paying civil servant's 65 or 70 percent(depending on his mood) of their salaries for years now. God will judge him.

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  23. And my question,so the federal cannot question or call him to other? Who be fed govt sef,on a second thought,are they any better?

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  24. They will still vote for him once he gives them a packet of spaghetti or cup of rice during elections. Nigerians forget easily which is why these politicians will keep thriving

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  25. PENCOM should please take up this issue. This is supposed to be their fight as a regulatory body.

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