Rochas Okorocha Crippled Imo For 8 Years – Gov. Emeka Ihedioha

The Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha, has accused his predecessor, Rochas Okorocha of crippling the state through “massive looting.”

He discloded this on thursday while Addressing Imo State stakeholders in Owerri.

The governor insisted that his predecessor’s eight years plunged the state into unsustainable debt.

“Our interim findings show a consistent pattern of massive looting and stripping of public assets, dismantling and carting away of public property such as electric poles, vehicles, trucks, office equipment and furniture etc.

“There were last-minute illegal sales of government property at giveaway prices and unlawful allocation of land including backdating of Certificates of Occupancy.”

“I must inform you in this regard that, so far we have received over 30 billion Naira worth of Garnishee Orders arising from several ill-conceived and fraudulent contractual agreements deliberately consummated by the past administration, to destroy the future of the State and its teeming population by fettering the State in a humongous debt trap,” Ihedioha said.

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