…By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media.
Former Governor of Imo State, Ikedi Ohakim, has firmly denied allegations that he is spearheading a revolt against the incumbent Governor, Hope Uzodinma.
Responding to reports claiming that the alleged revolt stemmed from Uzodinma’s refusal to support Ohakim’s ministerial aspirations in President Bola Tinubu’s administration, Ohakim refuted the claims and emphasized his close relationship with Uzodinma.
Denial of Revolt Allegations:
Ohakim dismissed the notion of leading a revolt against Governor Uzodinma, asserting that they share a strong bond of friendship and mutual political trust.
He stated that the reports were unfounded and insinuated that they were fueled by individuals with vested interests aiming to tarnish his reputation.
Support for Incumbent Governor:
Expressing his commitment as a statesman and former governor of the state, Ohakim reiterated his obligation to support any incumbent governor or administration that demonstrates progress for the state and its people.
Given his personal relationship with Uzodinma spanning over three decades, Ohakim emphasized his desire for the governor’s success and excellence.
No Reason for Revolt:
Ohakim questioned the rationale behind any supposed revolt against Governor Uzodinma, highlighting that such an act would essentially be a revolt against himself.
He dismissed the idea of being foolish enough to go against a governor who has received widespread acclaim for his exceptional performance and continues to garner praise from the people of Imo State.
Ikedi Ohakim has unequivocally denied the allegations of leading a revolt against Governor Hope Uzodinma.
He emphasized his friendship and political alliance with Uzodinma, asserting his commitment to supporting the incumbent governor and acknowledging his impressive performance.
Ohakim dismissed the allegations as baseless and insinuated that they were propagated by sponsored individuals attempting to tarnish his reputation.
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