Former Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha finally breaks the silence after he was accused of being behind the recent attacks in Imo State. A couple of days ago, the Imo State Government released a controversial statement concerning the person behind the deadly attacks in the State.
It was really surprising that the name of Rochas Okorocha was mentioned by the Government. We all know that Okorocha and the present Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma aren't in good terms.
Could this be that Hope Uzodinma is trying to hit back at Okorocha? That's a question everyone is asking right now. However, the general public has heavily criticised Hope Uzodinma for being petty.
Rochas Okorocha has felt the need to react to the allegation in a fresh statement signed by his media aide. The statement wrote: “We wish to inform the general public that, we decided to leave the Imo governor and his government in the court of public opinions, over their allegations against Okorocha concerning the unfortunate and worrisome Owerri attacks".
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