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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Imo Govt Tells Former Gov Rochas To Stop Mentioning Courts That He Did Not Respect Or Acknowledge When He Was Gov..

Rochas Okorocha, Former Governor of Imo State and the lawmaker representing Imo West in the Senate, has been warned by the state government to stop provoking the people of Imo if he does not want to be treated as if he was never a governor in the state.









The state government called on Okorocha to be law-abiding and not turn the state into a riotous place.

The Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General of the state, Cyprian Akaolisa, while speaking in Owerri on Wednesday said, “I want to tell you that Okorocha is provoking the people. Let him be careful and conduct himself in accordance with proper behavior. He should stop provoking the people because when the case starts, the Otoko crisis of 1996 will be child’s play. Let him not turn Imo to a riotous place. He should not cause a problem in this state because Imo is peaceful.”


“We’re ready to follow him through lawful means. This why the Commissioner for Land, Enyinna Onuegbu, went to that premises and locked it up with the seal of the government after the White Paper directed that action.”

“But Okorocha went there to unseal it. That is a provocation. Nobody did anything to him. He should be lawful. He should understand that he is no longer the governor of this state. There can never be two governors here because there is a government on the ground. He must respect the government’s decisions. If he doesn’t respect the decisions of the government, we will treat him as if he was never a governor.”

Akaolisa debunked a rumour that interventions from the Presidency, All Progressives Congress (APC) and others made the state to stop the ongoing recovery of the alleged looted property of Imo State.


He said: “The government will go ahead and recover every single property of the state government appropriated by Okorocha, especially landed property, as contained in the White Paper.”


On the insistence of the former governor that the matter was before a court, the attorney general said: “When did Okorocha become a proper person to determine matters that are in courts? Throughout his eight years tenure, did he know that there were courts? When he demolished Captain Iheanacho’s house and demolished Eke Ukwu Owerri Market, did he obey orders from the court stopping his actions? There were court orders, but he went ahead to demolish the properties.”


“But, we have not started demolition. We must demolish buildings as is recommended in the White Paper. We’re going to demolish any property that is not where it is supposed to be. The White Paper has defined the buildings that should be demolished. So, let him go to court and stop the demolition if he can.”

from naijanews.

7 comments:

  1. 不不不不不不不不不不不不na so power be, you won't be there forever..

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    1. My dear knowledge is power...
      .. No I mean power is power

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  2. I know the people he demolished their shops at Eke Ukwu market without compensation.
    Let devil continue to punish him & anything he stands for

    Court keel Iberiberism there. Compound fool.

    Until those shops are replaced he'll never prosper

    Imagine come &invest, come & invest & when an investment is made after all the hard work one animal will just waste it.

    I dey vex

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  3. The most Complex B

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  4. Note I don't support any form of recklessness cos some people will ask if the market was not obstructing traffic. The market is not illegal so he ought to relocate it so that ones investment will not go down the drain.

    The most Complex B

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  5. Fight go soon start.. They should demolish the demolishables. Rochas and his family hijacked a lot of lands etc

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