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Okorocha accuses Uzodinma of earmarking N1bn for OPOCA group seeking his recall

The previous Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has described members of the Orlu Political Consultative Meeting OPOCA looking for his recall, as a bunch of political undertakers recognized for absurdities.

Okorocha mentioned this in a press assertion signed by his Particular Adviser on Media, Sam Onwuemeodo.

The discharge mentioned the state authorities led by Senator Hope Uzodinma had already earmarked N1 billion for the group simply to garbage the previous Governor.

It reads, “For many who have no idea the group, the characters in OPOCA have been the identical individuals who carried the mock coffin of Chief Arthur Nzeribe when he was within the senate solely to please Chief Achike Udenwa who was the then Governor of the state.

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“In 2015, the identical group wrote a petition to the Inspector Common of Police in opposition to Chief Hope Uzodinma over an alleged assault. They did that to please Rochas Okorocha who was the Governor. That is their stock-in-trade.

“We have now on good authority that the federal government has already earmarked N1 billion for the recall course of. We advise that the federal government relatively use the cash to pay accrued staff salaries and pension.

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“It’s our candid place that the federal government shouldn’t drag conventional rulers into messy political outings.

“The weather in OPOCA don’t care in regards to the verdicts of posterity or historical past. They are going to quickly flip in opposition to Hope Uzodinma tomorrow when the chips are down.”

Okorocha accuses Uzodinma of earmarking N1bn for OPOCA group looking for his recall

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