OKOROCHA SURPRISED As IPOB Makes Fresh Allegation, Reveals His Atrocities As Imo State Governor

The Independent People of Biafra, IPOB, has levied a fresh allegation against former Imo State Governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha.
In a statement released by the group, it was clearly stated that Rochas Okorocha is a selfish and hypocritical personality.
During his time as Imo State Governor, IPOB alleged that Senator Rochas Okorocha made secret plans to stop the group from functioning in Imo State. However, he failed attempts brew so much hatred towards IPOB when he left office in 2019.
IPOB further stated that Rochas Okorocha is the most ” unfortunate” thing that has ever happened to the people of Imo State. According to the group, Okorocha’ s tenure brought nothing but regressiveness into the territory.
The group accused Rochas Okorocha of seizing lands which originally belong to the people of Imo State during his stint as the Governor. It was said that Rochas Okorocha made those lands his own property as he ran the affairs of the state like an autocrat.
IPOB said, ” Okorocha tried everything he could as governor of Imo State to stop IPOB in Imo State which he failed. Now, he has started dancing like a mad man by including IPOB in his infamous statement he was using to deceive the gullible minds in the state thinking he can be allowed to use IPOB for political gains.
Okorocha was one of the most unfortunate things that have happened to Imo State. His infamous administration as Imo governor is better forgotten. Nigerians know him for whom he is; a hypocrite and selfish political fraudster. He should not play his evil politics close to IPOB.
Okorocha collected many lands belonging to the people of Imo State by force, converted same into his personal property because he was running Imo State as a private estate” . IPOB’ s statement has sparked great reaction in the Nigerian socio- political scene. In fact, questions have been raised by Southerners on whether IPOB truly meant its statement.

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