Immediate past governor of Imo, Rochas Okorocha, may be in for fresh troubles as the state House of Assembly has given a nod to his successor, Emeka Ihedioha, to commence a probe of his administration.
The Assembly passed the resolution at its sitting mandating Ihedioha to probe Okorocha.
The Nation reports that the sitting was predided over by the speaker of the House, Chinedu Offor.
The House further sacked the 27 elected chairmen of local government areas including their councilors after which they were ordered to hand over to the directors of administration in each of the councils.
Apart from these, the report said the Assembly also cancelled all appointments made by Okorocha into boards, agencies and inter-ministerial departments towards the end of his administration.
According to the lawmakers, the appointments were hurriedly made by the immediate past governor.
The state lawmakers also demanded for a review of all land allocations and land transactions in the state just as they want an inventory taken of all government assets and property with a view to ascertaining which of them are looted or vandalised by officials of the former administration.
The lawmakers also suspended the establishment of all tertiary institutions, as well as review all ownership structure and allocation of funds for their construction.
The House resolved that a panel be set up to review all debts and financial obligations of the state, investigate how they were incurred and whether recoveries can be made using the relevant agencies.
In this case, they want the anti-corruption agencies to be used where necessary.
They also called for the assessment of ongoing projects so as to know which of them could be terminated.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the Imo state governor, Emeka Ihedioha, on Monday, June 3, gave his last warning for handover from the immediate past government of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha.
The newly sworn-in governor, Ihedioha spoke at the Government House in Owerri, during the swearing in of the secretary to the state government, Uche Onyeagucha, and chief of staff, Chris Okewulonu.
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