Just Yesterday, The Imo State Government accused Rt Hon. Emeka Ihedioha of acting out desperation and conniving with his team to return to office. It was said that his plan was to come back to office and hide his wrong doings.
Recently, the House of Assembly received a petition by a whistle blower, who accused Emeka Ihedioha of misusing state funds.
He stated that the former Governor, Emeka Ihedioha misused up to 75 billion naira and this was all in a bid to cling to power.
The whistle blower also said that Ihedioha did not have the people's interest at heart, but was inspired by selfishness.
Declan Emelumba, Commissioner for Information and Strategy has explained that only a man who is selfish and desperate for power will appeal for equity and judicial interpretation of a proceeding that has already been decided by the Supreme Court in favour of Governor Hope Uzodinma.
Emelumba said that since the removal of Ihedioha by the Supreme Court, Ihedioha has been involved in unpleasant activities which were geared to making him comeback to power as the Governor of Imo State.
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