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Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Leopantro: 7:20pm On Jul 26, 2019
Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.

In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.
Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.

Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.


In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.



Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.



Speaking with journalists at the scene, the Chairman of the Recovery Committee, Hon. Jasper Ndubuaku said the team acted on a tip-off and discovered a massive warehouse where most of the looted government properties were hidden.

He disclosed that some of the properties found in the warehouse include most of the looted items from Government House, such as beddings, window blinds, chairs and tables from the IICC and Imo Trade and Investment Centre, electronic gadgets, air conditioners amongst so many things that would take many trucks to evacuate.

“Luckily, some citizens were attracted and the State Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo came around and decided that we seal this place.

“The funny thing is that all those 0.7mm roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and House of Assembly are all packed here. They removed all those things and then used point 0.35 mm to re-roof the state Secretariat and the House of Assembly,” said Ndubuaku.

Also speaking, the Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo expressed his delight that his men had been able to forestall a breakdown of law and order.

However, reacting, the Special Adviser to former Governor Rochas Okorocha, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo said the committee had no business tampering with the warehouse purporting that it was among the properties sealed recently by EFCC for investigation.

He alleged that the committee may after all not be interested in recovery but in looting the properties of the former First Lady, Nkechi Okorocha.

Onwuemeodo also accused the Imo State government of witch hunt.

https://www.newtelegraphng.com/2019/07/okorochas-daughter-pelted-escapes-mob-action-in-owerri/

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Leopantro: 7:27pm On Jul 26, 2019
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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Leopantro: 7:28pm On Jul 26, 2019
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Why do you need to steal doors?

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Leopantro: 7:29pm On Jul 26, 2019
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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Banmeallday: 7:32pm On Jul 26, 2019
Front page and great news

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by delishpot: 7:37pm On Jul 26, 2019
Upon all they stole money wise, dem still thief bathtubs, Coca-Cola fridge and doors, rotten carpets, plastic tanks, brooms, toilet brushes etc. Tufiakwa! Greed is a terrible thing to have. Maybe they are just kleptomaniacs.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by sinaj(f): 7:49pm On Jul 26, 2019
Why loot or steal all these properties that are even old with some looking like scrap when you are rich enough to buy 10 of it.

Is this one not kleptomania?

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by DonBenny77(m): 7:50pm On Jul 26, 2019
Family of greedy hunters

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by myright: 7:56pm On Jul 26, 2019
abagworo

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by arantess(m): 7:59pm On Jul 26, 2019
[quote author=sinaj post=80658463]Why loot or steal all these properties that are even old with some looking like scrap when you are rich enough to buy 10 of it.

Is this one not kleptomania?[/quote
This degree of kleptomania is disturbing oo

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Obascoetubi: 8:11pm On Jul 26, 2019
wicked flatino ppl.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Ojiofor: 8:18pm On Jul 26, 2019
They should go and search Abagworo's house both in Owerri and his native Ikwerre.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by zeromeridian: 8:23pm On Jul 26, 2019
This Rochas is a confirmed Armed robber
even a petty criminal has honor more than him because
a petty criminal stills due to hunger

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by immhotep: 8:35pm On Jul 26, 2019
zeromeridian:
This Rochas is a confirmed Armed robber
even a petty criminal has honor more than him because
a petty criminal stills due to hunger
APC change grin grin


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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by solihu(m): 9:09pm On Jul 26, 2019
sinaj:
Why loot or steal all these properties that are even old with some looking like scrap when you are rich enough to buy 10 of it.

Is this one not kleptomania?

Even a commissioner won't soil his fingers this way, how much more Rochas. This were done by little hungry thieves within his government. Rochas is far beyond this level. Haba make una reason am na

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by merit455(m): 9:59pm On Jul 26, 2019
APC hero

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Xtopherprince(m): 10:21pm On Jul 26, 2019
solihu:


Even a commissioner won't soil his fingers this way, how much more Rochas. This were done by little hungry thieves within his government. Rochas is far beyond this level. Haba make una reason am na



These same hungry thieves stocked said stolen properties in his wife's warehouse? You sef reason am........

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by doctokwus: 11:23pm On Jul 26, 2019
I believe one of those satanic spirits entered and possessed Okorocha and his family members because no normal thief to the status of being a state governor,governor's wife,children and extended family members,would steal the way and kind of things they stole.
There is a kleptomanic spirit in that family and it needs to be cast out,if not Okorocha may extend his extreme thievery to the office equipment in the NASS and his children and wife are the type that will buy a 1k item in a store and hide a 100k perfume or a 150k skirt or blouse,in their bags.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by wisyno(m): 12:33am On Jul 27, 2019
Let the family of Rochas face the music of their massive theft.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by 043Nobs2: 12:35am On Jul 27, 2019
Just try watch this video
Students of Rochas Foundation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlqWCDx42xM
Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by jessebig: 12:42am On Jul 27, 2019
Leopantro:
Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.

In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.
Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.


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Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.


In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.



Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.



Speaking with journalists at the scene, the Chairman of the Recovery Committee, Hon. Jasper Ndubuaku said the team acted on a tip-off and discovered a massive warehouse where most of the looted government properties were hidden.

He disclosed that some of the properties found in the warehouse include most of the looted items from Government House, such as beddings, window blinds, chairs and tables from the IICC and Imo Trade and Investment Centre, electronic gadgets, air conditioners amongst so many things that would take many trucks to evacuate.

“Luckily, some citizens were attracted and the State Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo came around and decided that we seal this place.

“The funny thing is that all those 0.7mm roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and House of Assembly are all packed here. They removed all those things and then used point 0.35 mm to re-roof the state Secretariat and the House of Assembly,” said Ndubuaku.

Also speaking, the Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo expressed his delight that his men had been able to forestall a breakdown of law and order.

However, reacting, the Special Adviser to former Governor Rochas Okorocha, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo said the committee had no business tampering with the warehouse purporting that it was among the properties sealed recently by EFCC for investigation.

He alleged that the committee may after all not be interested in recovery but in looting the properties of the former First Lady, Nkechi Okorocha.

Onwuemeodo also accused the Imo State government of witch hunt.

https://www.newtelegraphng.com/2019/07/okorochas-daughter-pelted-escapes-mob-action-in-owerri/

JUST IN: Rochas Okorocha's Wife Stolen State Properties Hideout Located by State


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW5bXbQDS3E

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Bragalane: 3:38am On Jul 27, 2019
At you age you are believing foolish stories by the foolish supporters of the PDP you hate to love.

A story without a base for that matter. Where is the prove or picture to prove the pelting of Okorocha’s daughter which the article was all about from the first paragraph to the last ?
sinaj:
Why loot or steal all these properties that are even old with some looking like scrap when you are rich enough to buy 10 of it.

Is this one not kleptomania?

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Nobody: 3:49am On Jul 27, 2019
solihu:


Even a commissioner won't soil his fingers this way, how much more Rochas. This were done by little hungry thieves within his government. Rochas is far beyond this level. Haba make una reason am na

I disagree, Rochas would’ve instructed them to carry out the looting and vandalism.
He was desperate to have his son in law succeed and cover up his criminal acts as a governor.

He simply wanted to create obstacles for the incoming governor.

What a greedy, incompetent and a wicked man he is. He should be tied up in front of his statues, beaten and spat at.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by tigerclaws: 4:29am On Jul 27, 2019
Bragalane:
At you age you are believing foolish stories by the foolish supporters of the PDP you hate to love.

A story without a base for that matter. Where is the prove or picture to prove the pelting of Okorocha’s daughter which the article was all about from the first paragraph to the last ?

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Mrexcell: 4:49am On Jul 27, 2019
Leopantro:
Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.

In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.
Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.


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Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, eldest daughter of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha narrowly escaped lynching Friday, by an angry mob comprising youths from Naze community and traders from Alaba Market, Owerri upon the discovery that alleged looted government properties by the previous administration were concealed in more than 15 containers (40 feet) inside a secluded warehouse along Aba road.


In the warehouse, believed to be owned by the former First Lady, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha and located opposite Alaba Market, next to the All-In supermarket recently sealed by the EFCC, were allegedly found missing sets of furniture, air conditioners and different electronic gadgets used to decorate the Imo International Conference Centre, the Ahiajoku Centre as well as Government House offices but were carted away prior to the expiration of the Okorocha administration.



Also discovered in the warehouses were the corrugated roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and the state House of Assembly, amongst other things.

The busting of the warehouses, by the members of the Taskforce Committee on Recovery of Moveable Government Assets, attracted traders at the Alaba Market, taxi drivers and youths of the host community who were set to vent their anger on the former governor’s daughter on her arrival on the scene, before the firm and timely intervention of the state Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo and his men, who were present to forestall the breakdown of law and order.

That, however, did not dissuade the youths and traders as they pelted Mrs. Nwosu with stones as she attempted to leave the scene before members of the recovery team persuaded the angry mob to desist.



Speaking with journalists at the scene, the Chairman of the Recovery Committee, Hon. Jasper Ndubuaku said the team acted on a tip-off and discovered a massive warehouse where most of the looted government properties were hidden.

He disclosed that some of the properties found in the warehouse include most of the looted items from Government House, such as beddings, window blinds, chairs and tables from the IICC and Imo Trade and Investment Centre, electronic gadgets, air conditioners amongst so many things that would take many trucks to evacuate.

“Luckily, some citizens were attracted and the State Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo came around and decided that we seal this place.

“The funny thing is that all those 0.7mm roofing sheets removed from the Imo State Secretariat and House of Assembly are all packed here. They removed all those things and then used point 0.35 mm to re-roof the state Secretariat and the House of Assembly,” said Ndubuaku.

Also speaking, the Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo expressed his delight that his men had been able to forestall a breakdown of law and order.

However, reacting, the Special Adviser to former Governor Rochas Okorocha, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo said the committee had no business tampering with the warehouse purporting that it was among the properties sealed recently by EFCC for investigation.

He alleged that the committee may after all not be interested in recovery but in looting the properties of the former First Lady, Nkechi Okorocha.

Onwuemeodo also accused the Imo State government of witch hunt.

https://www.newtelegraphng.com/2019/07/okorochas-daughter-pelted-escapes-mob-action-in-owerri/

What is the difference between a common street criminal and the rochas family?

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Nobody: 4:53am On Jul 27, 2019
delishpot:
Upon all they stole money wise, dem still thief bathtubs, Coca-Cola fridge and doors, rotten carpets, plastic tanks, brooms, toilet brushes etc. Tufiakwa! Greed is a terrible thing to have. Maybe they are just kleptomaniacs.
They are mentally ill thieves.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Nobody: 5:02am On Jul 27, 2019
gbosaa:


I disagree, Rochas would’ve instructed them to carry out looting and vandalism.
He was desperate to have his son in law succeed and cover up his criminal acts as a governor.

He simply wanted to create obstacles for the incoming governor.

What a greedy, incompetent and a wicked man he is. He should be tied up in front of his statues, beaten and spat at.
How does he sleep at night? How much does one man need

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by EddyNumerouno(m): 5:04am On Jul 27, 2019
You had the time to take all these pictures but not one picture of Uloma Rochas been pelted? This story get k-leg

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by NicodemusMusa: 5:05am On Jul 27, 2019
Rochas Okoracha and all his family members are petty thieves.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by Jamesbally: 5:22am On Jul 27, 2019
This can only happen in Igbo land. Research has shown that, the Igbo Politicians are the worst Politicians in the World.

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Re: Uloma Nwosu Pelted, Escapes Mob Action In Owerri by praise010(m): 5:29am On Jul 27, 2019
This same Roachas is dreaming of being the President of Nigeria.

I doubt if he can even win a councillorship election now.

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