It is owned by the Imo Billionaire politician and a former Imo gubernatorial candidate in the last election,Uche Nwosu. Uche Nwosu is the son-in-law to Former Governor of the state- Senator Rochas Okorocha.
According to the 281 page report of the Judicial Panel of Enquiry, the state government has been mandated to seize and demolish the property as it was built on state land with state fund.
Recall that as recommended by the same panel, Uzodinma had earlier sealed Okorocha’s Eastern Palm University, N6 Billion Royal Spring Palm Hotels, owned by Nkechi Rochas Okorocha, and is making arrangements to move against the Rochas Foundation School, and Okorocha’s private residence Spibat, which were also mapped out in the report for demolition or outright takeover by Government.
For some pundits, it could be waste of state scarce resources to demolish these properties, they are right in opinion, but on the contrary, I support their demolition if possible on two grounds. As widely believed by Ndi Imo, the sight of these structures reminds us of pillage, loot and plunder.
Demolishing them without traces will help to cure such trauma in Imolites as modern markets can be built on such spaces, and to serve a deterrent to others including Governor Uzodimma.
If Ndi Imo state can endure a government without Local Government Area for 10 years, non payment of salaries and pensions and construction of substandard projects; They can also bear the brunt of demolition. After all, everything is vanity says the Bible.
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