Officials of Imo State Government has sealed the school owned by the former governor of the state, Senator Rochas Okorocha.
The school known as Rochas Foundation College located in Orji, Owerri, the state capital was sealed today by agents of the state government.
Many people people believe that this action was propelled by the rift existing between the former governor who is currently a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and his successor, Governor Hope Uzodimma.
Nevertheless, the state government has debunked this, claiming that they are carrying out the recommendations of a white paper on the recovery of government property.
You will agree with me that Imo state, the heartland of the nation has been witnessing the problem of insecurity for a while now.
The political tussle and fight for supremacy between former governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha and his predecessor has further worsened the already tensed situation.
What do you think about the instability in Imo state between these two political gladiators.
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