Your government is the worst on earth - Ohanaeze Youths Council tell Okorocha

Your government is the worst on earth - Ohanaeze Youths Council tell Okorocha

- Ohanaeze Youths Council said it is disappointed in Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha

- The group said the governor has failed in all his campaign promises to the state

- They threatened to result to violence if governorship candidate is not zone to Owerri in the coming election

The Imo state chapter of the Ohanaeze Youths Council has threatened violence if the governorship candidate for the coming election is not zoned to Owerri. gathered that the group claimed the state governor, Rochas Okorocha, is planning to install his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, as the next governor of the state.

According to Sahara Reporters, the group claimed that Owerri zone has been marginalized by the state and insisted that all political parties in the state must present candidates from the zone in the upcoming election.

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The group said: “You can see the plight of Imo pensioners, where people are forced to forgo 40 percent of their pension. Everything is wrong with this government; this is the worst government on earth. Governor Okorocha is a colossal failure because he has failed in all his campaign promises.

“The governor wants to go for an unconstitutional third term through his son-in-law; this is nothing but ‘Familiocracy.’ Where are the jobs and factories he promised to Imolites?

“Failure of any party to zone its governorship candidate to Owerri zone will definitely result in the vandalization of the said party secretariats and a serious attack on the affected party secretariat staff."

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Governor Okorocha made it clear that his first son is still alive, despite death rumors.

Ahamefula Okorocha, a young engineer living in London was said to have died by various unconfirmed sources.

The Imo governor also said all should be dissuaded from spreading wicked rumors.

He said it was suspicious that the false report on the death of his son was coming only two weeks after the controversial relocation/demolition of a market in the state.

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