Ohaneze Ndi Igbo Should Intervene As Gov Uzodinma's Aide Claims “Rochas is owning him since 2001”
By Mpuz7 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 29363 views
Mon, 22 Feb
In the video that went viral, we heard Governor Uzodinma's aide say that the former Governor of Imo State and senator representing the Imo West owns him something since 2001.
Just before Senator Rochas Okorocha was provoked, Governor Uzodinma's aide said, “In 2001, Rochas I carried you or don't you that you own me?”
Even Rochas who initially was calm got furious that he asked “who are you?” What transpired between senator Rochas and the Governor's aide in 2001 is still unknown to the public. But what baffles me the most is how he kept this grudges for years.
Humans make mistakes but when they do, others should learn from their mistakes.
From my observation, I have noticed that most Igbo politicians are not united. And it is very wrong.
So, I will suggest that our Igbo politicians should learn to tolerate one another because nobody rules forever. And also learn how to resolve issues amicably.
Furthermore, I think this is high time the “Ohaneze Ndi Igbo” come together to address issues like this and to also preach peace among Igbo politicians.
There is something called freedom of association and that is why people belong to different political parties and still do things in unity. This is my opinion!
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