Start preparing your handover notes - Imo based lawyer tells Okorocha

Start preparing your handover notes - Imo based lawyer tells Okorocha

- An Imo based lawyer, Stanley Ozuzu, has told Governor Rochas Okorocha to start preparing his handover note

- Ozuzu said Okorocha had drifted from his promise despite that he came on board through an overwhelming support of the citizens

- The lawyer also noted that the people of the state would not allow Okorocha's son-in-law to succeed him

An Imo based lawyer, Stanley Ozuzu, has urged Governor Rochas Okorocha to start preparing his handover notes ahead of May 29, even as he said that “his son in-law, Uche Nwosu cannot succeed him as governor.”

Vanguard reports that while speaking in Owerri on Monday, January 7, Ozuzu, recalled that Okorocha, who came on board through an overwhelming support of the citizens, has sadly drifted.

Legit.ng gathered that he said the citizenry have been witnessing excruciating pain, poverty, gross insensitivity and inexplicable high handedness by the Okorocha's government.

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“Governor Okorocha’s free education policy made him very popular, but today, what the citizenry have been witnessing is excruciating pain, poverty, gross insensitivity and inexplicable high handedness, never before experienced in the history of Imo state. I urge him to start preparing his handover notes”, Ozuzu said.

Enumerating some of the ills of the administration, Ozuzu said it included, but not limited to, reduction of workers emoluments, shortchanging of pensioners, demolition or outright seizure of private properties and the destruction of Ekeukwu market Owerri, and new market, despite valid court orders.

Ozuzu said: “From the way the governor and his aides behave, it looks clear that they are not worried about people’s anguish, calling everyone’s bluff and making the state look like a conquered territory and personal enterprise.”

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state stated that Imolites would neither support nor vote for any governorship candidate “who was brandishing a stolen ticket.”

The governor made the assertion in a statement released by his chief press secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, on Wednesday, January 2.

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