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Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by DONSMITH123(m): 8:09am On Oct 19, 2015
A former Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo State, Enyinnaya Onuegbu yesterday asked Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha to either settle down and provide real governance for the state or resign.

The PDP chieftain who stated this while speaking with journalists in Owerri, the state capital, claimed that Okorocha had abandoned his duties as a governor to promote his personal political ambitions.

Onuegbu claimed that the governor had left the state in the hands of his son-in-law, who is his chief of staff.

“A situation where the governor abdicates his office and prefers junketing from one state to the other, promoting his personal politi­cal ambition, leaving the running of the state to his son-in-law, who is his chief of staff, is unacceptable to the people of the state.

“Okorocha is running Imo like a sole administrator of a private business. Five months into his second term, there is no state execu­tive, no advisers and more worrisome is that the House of Assembly has been more on re­cess than on legislative business.”

http://dailypost.ng/2015/10/19/okorocha-has-abandoned-imo-for-his-son-in-law-to-govern-he-should-resign-pdp-scribe/

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by OnankpaBa(m): 8:13am On Oct 19, 2015
hmmm, i think i agreed with Mr Enyinnaya Onuegbu. Okorocha enjoyed moving from state to state these days and has left the people of Imo state.

He should not only resign but give reasons for appointing his inlaw as his chief of staff.

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by SmithEnemona(m): 8:14am On Oct 19, 2015
grin grin grin Mr Okoro always in the news

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by NwabuezeWini: 8:15am On Oct 19, 2015
Is it no d people of imo state that blindly voted for him. They should be ready to face d consequences for d next 4yrs. They should not complain

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by chymystique(f): 8:15am On Oct 19, 2015
I knew that Rochas Okorocha's second tenure as a governor would be disastrous! Even his body language few months to the election was a proof.. Ikedi Ohakim's tenure was better... Imo state is now a mess... Rochas and Roche Contractors duped imolites with their substandard roads that couldnt even last upto 3yrs... Everyone knows he is grooming his son-in-law to take over from him in 2019 but he will receive a shocker...

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by temitemi1(m): 8:16am On Oct 19, 2015
Okorochange n Aregbese are... cheesy cheesy

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by oluwaSmith1(f): 8:17am On Oct 19, 2015
DONSMITH123:

Onuegbu claimed that the governor had left the state in the hands of his son-in-law, who is his chief of staff.
“A situation where the governor abdicates his office and prefers junketing from one state to the other, promoting his personal politi­cal ambition, leaving the running of the state to his son-in-law, who is his chief of staff, is unacceptable to the people of the state.
“Okorocha is running Imo like a sole administrator of a private business. Five months into his second term, there is no state execu­tive, no advisers and more worrisome is that the House of Assembly has been more on re­cess than on legislative business.”
http://dailypost.ng/2015/10/19/okorocha-has-abandoned-imo-for-his-son-in-law-to-govern-he-should-resign-pdp-scribe/

and he's still rulling Imo? I remembered the first travel Okorocha travelled with PMB, he came back with Obama's billboard grin

Okorocha is a failure.

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by kayboy4y(m): 8:19am On Oct 19, 2015
Wailers...140 days is short for ur wailing talk more of 16yrs...

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by cardoctor(m): 8:20am On Oct 19, 2015
He don tire?
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by Chanchit: 8:21am On Oct 19, 2015
So na Okorocha go go carry legislators for house make dem come house of assembly?

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by chymystique(f): 8:21am On Oct 19, 2015
kayboy4y:
Wailers...140 days is short for ur wailing talk more of 16yrs...

Which one is 140days?! He has been the governor since 2011 so he has the right to wail.. So thats your excuse for his failure? am sure you ve never been to imo state so pls stick it in

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by 9jaboi8701(m): 8:25am On Oct 19, 2015
Almost all the governor elected in various states in this country are acting corrupt boldly. My state Delta is the worst. Who PMB come dey fight

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by OnankpaBa(m): 8:25am On Oct 19, 2015
kayboy4y:
Wailers...140 days is short for ur wailing talk more of 16yrs...

Guy are you sleeping?

Am a strong supporter of APC, But we need to call a spade a spade. Okorocha has failed. Nobody is wailing here.


Wise up bro.

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by OnankpaBa(m): 8:27am On Oct 19, 2015
NwabuezeWini:
Is it no d people of imo state that blindly voted for him. They should be ready to face d consequences for d next 4yrs. They should not complain

my brother dats naija for you.
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by oluwaSmith1(f): 8:28am On Oct 19, 2015
chymystique:


Which one is 140days?! He has been the governor since 2011 so he has the right to wail.. So thats your excuse for his failure? am sure you ve never been to imo state so pls stick it in

God bless you jare

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by DONSMITH123(m): 8:30am On Oct 19, 2015
chymystique:
I knew that Rochas Okorocha's second tenure as a governor would be disastrous! Even his body language few months to the election was a proof.. Ikedi Ohakim's tenure was better... Imo state is now a mess... Rochas and Roche Constructors duped imolites with their substandard roads that could even last upto 3yrs... Everyone knows he is grooming his son-in-law to take over from him in 2019 but he will receive a shocker...

wao...you mean Rochas owned that construction company?

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by benedictnsi(m): 8:32am On Oct 19, 2015
He thought ruling a state is come and go....... I remember when he nurtured the post of Presidency then I wonder if this is what Nigerians would have faced

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by OnankpaBa(m): 8:34am On Oct 19, 2015
DONSMITH123:


wao...you mean Rochas owned that construction company?

this is serious. I wonder why EFCC or anti-graft agencies are not looking into his direction. And they have to picked my brother Akpabio, i hope i will not be left with choice than to accept PDP for calling PMB a dictator.

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by DONSMITH123(m): 8:37am On Oct 19, 2015
OnankpaBa:


this is serious. I wonder why EFCC or anti-graft agencies are not looking into his direction. And they have to picked my brother Akpabio, i hope i will not be left with choice than to accept PDP for calling PMB a dictator.
Okorocha is an APC member o grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by chymystique(f): 8:37am On Oct 19, 2015
oluwaSmith1:


God bless you jare
And you too dear

DONSMITH123:

wao...you mean Rochas owned that construction company?
Am not sure who owns it but its possible it's his.. Cause the way Politicians now Front Companies with the help of expartiates so as to be milking the country dry

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by OnankpaBa(m): 8:37am On Oct 19, 2015
DONSMITH123:

Okorocha is an APC member o grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

Rubbish...member my foot
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by DONSMITH123(m): 8:39am On Oct 19, 2015
chymystique:

And you too dear


Am not sure who owns it but its possible it's his.. Cause the way Politicians now Front Companies with the help of expartiates so as to be milking the country dry

hmmm......you have a valid point dear
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by oluwaSmith1(f): 8:40am On Oct 19, 2015
chymystique:

And you too dear


Am not sure who owns it but its possible it's his.. Cause the way Politicians now Front Companies with the help of expartiates so as to be milking the country dry
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by Nobody: 8:43am On Oct 19, 2015
My people, my people!! grin

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by Dazirazo(m): 8:45am On Oct 19, 2015
Na wa for this Rochas sef


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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by Nobody: 8:45am On Oct 19, 2015
APC SHOULD EXPEL THIS EDIOT...



TOTAL SHAME

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by Ilekeh(f): 8:45am On Oct 19, 2015
Local news
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by ayindepremier: 8:45am On Oct 19, 2015
My People, My People!


Imo people, una don enter One Chance Train to the Republic of Otuoke!!


haha, Rochas don chop vegetable from his wife! (Oti Je efo tete)



once again, May God delivers Imo State and East as a Region!



and Safe Journey! my people, My People!

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Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by steffans(m): 8:45am On Oct 19, 2015
interesting
Re: Okorocha Has Abandoned Imo For His Son-in-law, He Should Resign – Onuegbu by bosschinalu(m): 8:47am On Oct 19, 2015
Another Kwara state in the making, what a pity

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