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Gov Ihedioha came for a Revenge against Okorocha, Instagram user reacts

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Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo state may end up doing nothing in the state for the next four years, an Instagram user has said.

Ivy Chukude who reacting to the recent fracas at a mall where several people were injured in a bid to recover alleged missing government property.

The administration of a former governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha, was accused to have taken away 67 vehicles. Aides to the former governor were fingered in the act.

Ihedioha a few days ago inaugurated a Recovery Committee headed by Jasper Ndubuaku who threatened to mobilize at least 6,000 Imo youths to forcibly recover the missing assets from the allies of Okorocha.

Reacting, Chukude said “Governor is not even thinking about the people, he just came for revenge.”

 

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Another user Chimezie Phillip who condemned the action of the incumbent governor should get to work instead of intimidating his predecessor, “This is not what we sent him there to do he should start working and leave Rochas family alone.”

Another IG user simply with the handle @mr_rhemarkable accused the governor of only displaying one his “wicked characteristics”

“The Mbaise governor of Imo state is really displaying the wicked characteristics of Mbaise people. Why the militant approach instead of using legal means to govern the state.”

“I don’t understand this country anymore, what’s the essence of EFCC if the governors execute things like themselves. No court order nothing!! You just evade someone’s property. Even if they were gotten from government funds/property at least let justice take its course. This is oppression and violence never does it,” @midethetherapist said.

Another user @amgorretti believes that the Imo people would be the ones to suffer the hash rivalry between Okorocha and Ihedioha.

“As much as Rochas looted Imo property..my dear new governor should focus his energy on rebuilding d state n creating a legacy for himself than chasing shadows bikini. When the elephant fights, the grass suffers.”

Recalled that barely 24 hours the chairman of the recovery committee threatened to use forceful means to recover the state’s assets, agents of the governor stormed House of Freeda, a mall reportedly owned by Okorocha’s daughter to cart away several properties.

It was gathered that the agents invaded the shopping mall in search of government property and carted away property and merchandise believed to belong to the state government, where an unnamed number of workers of the mall were injured.

Some of the things forcibly taken away by the recovery committee include clothes, chairs and fridges, which was supervised by Mr. Ndubuaku, report says.

It was also alleged that some shops which owned were not owned by individuals not related to the former governor were affected by the raid.

At the time of filing report, there was no official statement from the state government to confirm the raid, but we reported on June 27, 2019 that Chairman of the committee, Jasper Ndubuaku, threatened to mobilize 60, 000 youths to forcibly recover assets of the state government which were alleged takes away by some of the aides of the former governor.

The committee chair had claimed that 67 vehicles belonging to the state government were missing.

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