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Monday, October 16, 2017

Jacob Zuma statue in Imo State is Reportedly Worth N520m + Road Also Named After Him

The Imo state Governor, Rochas Okorocha, on Saturday, October 14, 2017, unveiled a statue that was made in honour of the South African President, Jacob Zuma, in Owerri, Imo state and this action has been highly criticised in the social media...






According to reports, the statue cost the Imo state government N520m to erect.

The Imo state government also named a road after the South-African President – Jacob Zuma road. 

Governor Rochas Okorocha and President Jacob Zuma also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will provide free education for poor children in Africa.



*Is there free Education in Imo state?Gov with alleged misplaced priority!!


47 comments:

  1. And he's owing workers. I think hell should be according to the level of your sins. This one is too bad even the devil won't be happy with him.

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    1. Where are all those looking for who to probe, y'all better come and start here, the balls on these politicians has got me wondering if they used jazz to tie our eyes

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    2. Haaaaa apa ni arakunrin yi o, what a waste of resources. I wonder what their wives tell them in the other room, what about their children that access social media and read what people are saying and going through,who are their advisers that they waste state money to pay and can't advise their governor that this is wrong ,so many questions to ask . What is Zuma contributions to Imo as a state. Ika ni Rochas o .

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  2. This governor sha I hope all is well with him

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  3. Hei!

    Just got an instant migraine.


    Nigerians are indeed very forgiving people.
    In other climes,ROACHas wouldn't be free to commit more atrocities. SMH

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    1. Misplaced priority, yeah! Bhet this amount up here is highly exaggerated pulease. Kent be up to that. Ona apu ala?

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    2. Nwunne m,the man Na-agho ala for sure.
      Jeez!

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  4. We already agreed Rochas is no good omen. So, no need wasting energy typing much on this.

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  5. I feel so much bile coming up my throat when I think of all the evil Rochas has committed. He is a full blown mad man, wonder why people have not seen this. I believe that the statue will be pulled down as soon as his tenure ends. Only but a matter of time. Justice shall come knocking on his door.

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    1. As in so ashame of this man
      Or is there an hidden agenda for this?cause I don't get it.

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  6. 520m for a statue and a road...Rochas has killed me๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜จ


    LEP๐Ÿ˜›

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  7. If this singular act will stop or greatly minimize xenophobic attack on Nigerians in southAfrica and entirely change their views then no wahala.. The amount spent is extremely exaggerated.., There's free education in Owerri , way before Rochas got into politics he's established FREE BOARDING schools in few states imo inclusive. Leave me alone please..! Just like you have greatly touched lives without making noise over it so is Rochas doing this day. He's got his flaws yes but he's good and highly charitable..

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    1. Leave "me" alone please??? Hmmm. Welcome o

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    2. Hmmm please who is talking all this nonsense ...highly charitable and his owing pensioners for over 51 months and still counting...please don't come and talk nonsense here..

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    3. Annon taaar!!!!!
      Are you mad he is what??? Lemme not vent, lemme just keep quiet....charitable my ass!!!!!!

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  8. I dont think that is the amount but all the same it is still bad

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  9. God please make a scapegoat of these leaders. Help us in this country...please do.

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    1. God is not going to come down and do anything! That’s why he gave us brains and free will to take action. So typical!

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  10. Kai!!!! I weep for this country. 520Million on that useless statue??? But he can't pay salaries... When are we ever going to get it right in this country๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž this is pathetic and shameful biko

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  11. 5 what?..Imolites wake up and take your destinies in your own hands now!

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  12. Enter your comment...okoroawusa roaches is a fucker with misplaced priorities,it's about time the people of imo state take the law into their hands,the most useless governor to ever emerge from the southeast,what a bloody thing!!!๐Ÿ‘น๐Ÿ‘น๐Ÿ‘น

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  13. Certainly this isn't ordinary. Probably Rochas and Zuma are fucking each other.

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  14. I've given up on Rochas. To think I was rooting for him to do well as governor.

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  15. Okoro awusa,It is very shameful of you to be doing this kind of thing. To think that I have to travel to East just to vote for you. Infact I regret that one single vote

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  16. Rochas, to say I am shock is an understatement. But one day, you shall acount for all this . No worry . Be flexing anyhow with my state resources. GOD DEY

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  17. So, you guys mean to tell me that that statue is still standing tall on Igbo soil?
    I'm more ashamed of the youths who have done nothing about bringing down the ugly structure than the nonetity governor that erected the structure.

    In other climes (especially in xenophobic South Africa) that Statue will not see the light of another day

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    1. Exactly! It is not enough for Imolites to grumble, bring down that statue

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  18. IMO state youths what are you doing? You people should march there will buidling tools and destroy that statue.
    I trust Calabar. Skolombo boys would have entered street now and started robbing /kidnapping for 100k out of anger. Yeye dey smell!!

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    1. You hate what rochas did but you "trust" touts hooligans & cultists to "enter street and start robbing/kidnapping"? Oloshi ma ni eleyi o! Werey, go and use your medicine! The numerous pricks you fucked during your runs days have run you mad!

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    2. Buhahahah. How am I just seeing this? Keep insulting your mother My dear. She's the cause of your frustration not me

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  19. Eye service.
    Wicked heart.
    Unheavenly.
    Hell fire ready.
    Smh.

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  20. Can you beat that? What is the federal govt doing about this? Even the House of assembly ?

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  21. If he ever becomes the president of Nigeria, he will rename this country to Rochas Foundation Republic...

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  22. For real? And some workers have not been paid for years neither have some pensioners received their pension. Wow!

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  23. The worst part is that #Zuma in Owerri dialect means "continue stealing'
    You can say #zuma_oshi,

    #Zuzuma ,meaning "continue fooling around.

    Una never see anything
    #copied

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    1. Kai! Kelebobo idi ezigbo wucked! Lmaooo!!

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  24. He doesn't know what to do with money

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  25. Wahalaaaa. Lord God Almighty please help Nigeria and its citizens and the current hardship I pray in Jesus Name
    Amen. Save us from unknown evils in Jesus name Amennnn.

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