Property Recovery In Imo State: Aide To Rochas Badly Injured And Several Cars Destroyed (Photos)
By Slyode | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 13404 views
It was a serious battle in the Imo State, as the Imo State government seized the properties belonging to former governor, Senator Owelle Rochas, It was gathered that, his inlaw Ogwumba Uche was at the scene when the struggle started, an aide to Rochas was badly injured and several cars were destroyed by loyalists who were heavily armed.
Recall that, Governor Uzodinma of Imo State, has earlier announced that the State is taking over Sen Rochas's Royal Spring Hotel, this didn't go well for Rochas who has worked hard for the properties.
However, Imo State was thrown into confusion few days ago as men of the Nigeria Army, went in search of the officials Eastern Security Network in Orlu, causing panic in the area.
Governor Uzodinma later announced that he invited the military to Orlu to help in arresting officials of Eastern Security Network, and they will be treated as murderers.
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