As a matter of fact, many Imolites are super excited about the Federal High Court's decision, slated for the July 20th.
You may recall that this case was adjourned last week and as we all know, the Federal High Court, will the decide the fate of Governor Hope Uzodinma.
This topic, has been an issue on the lips of every politically active Imolite because they understand the full weight, of tomorrow's Court decision and Hon. Emeka Ihedioha supporters, are have also expressed optimism, in the fact that Gov. Emeka Ihedioha, may have a second shot at governing Imo State.
According to reports, many of his followers were seen in churches today, praying about the Court case and declaring that it would favour them.
Imolites, just want the man who has the interest of the Imolites at hand -a man who is ready to re-build Imo State.
Indeed, Justice will prevail in Imo State.
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