Okorocha Is Planning To Smuggle-In A Hurriedly Put-Up Handover Documents 3 Days After Swearing-In.

– Failed to handover to the new governor.

– Ihedioha assures Imolites to set the ball rolling, regardless of efforts made to undermine his government by the past governor.

According to sources from the camps of the former governor Rochas Okorocha, he is under serious and intense pressure to cook up a hurriedly Put-Up handover documents after failing to handover any government official documents to the newly sworn-in governor.

The sources has it that the Ogboko born former governor of iberiberism came under serious pressures when it began to trend on the social media that the new governor has made known to the general public that he didn’t receive handover documents from the out-gone governor.

Against this backdrop, he has summoned some of his former aides in the know to prepare for some documents ready to be delivered to the new governor either through the former SSG Mr. Mark Uchendu or through other proxies because he can no longer withstand the public outcry from Imolites.

H/E, Rochas Okorocha, the immediate past governor of Imo state absconded from government house a day before swearing in of the new governor without handing over any government official files to his predecessor apparently in the move to frustrate the new governor from taking off smoothly from the first days in office.

The former governor did not only abscond from handing over any government inventory files to his successor, he and his agents, also vandalised both the governor’s lodge and the office of the governor in the government house, looting virtually every thing in sight.

Not withstanding and due to the artificial setups planted by the former governor to undermine the new government, the governor of Imo state H/E. Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha has assured all Imolites that his RebuildIMO government under his watch will not be deterred to set the ball rolling despite the desperate efforts of the former governor and his team to undermine him in office.

Ambrose Nwaogwugwu,

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