They say that the people who used to run Imo State, Senator Rochas Okorocha and his son-in-law, Chief Uche Nwosu, are behind kidnappings and robberies.
Remember that Governor Hope Uzodimma said that he would name the people who were behind the storm of insecurity in Imo State today, Tuesday, January 4, 2022.
In a statement, the administration said that Okorocha and Nwosu have been named by suspects who are in the custody of security agents as sponsors of kidnapping and banditry in Imo State, because of their relationship with their former ex-husbands. The meeting is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. at the Government House in Owerri.
Instead of clearing their names, they seem to be trying to use both overt and covert methods to try to get the Police High Command, which was right to arrest Uche Nwosu, to change its mind. Another thing: “They’re also working hard to hurt the good image of all the security officers who work for the governor of Imo State.”
It says this in full below:
The Imo Stakeholders meeting started Monday with false news about the alleged arrest of the security officers who work for Governor Hope Uzodimma. This was a plot by people who are thought to be making Imo State more dangerous, like kidnapping, banditry, arson, and cannibalism.
“It is thought that Governor Uzodimma will use the Stakeholders meeting to show who is behind the insecurity and other crimes in Imo State.” This has made people in Imo want to know more about the people who are putting their peace and prosperity at risk. As a result, both Rochas Okorocha and Uche Nwosu seem to be putting more weight on the idea that they are to blame for what happened. I have been accused by people who are in jail right now.
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“To make the government look bad and break up the peace that the Governor has worked so hard to achieve, the two have spread lies about security officers in the State Government House again.” This is what they did to try to make the government look bad.
Strangely, their claim that the Imo State Governor’s CSO is named Shaba isn’t true. The Governor’s CSO isn’t called Shaba, both officially and unofficially. It’s also worth noting that no member of the Governor’s security team has been arrested or is still not found. As a result, the whole story can be best described as a poorly written lie meant to mislead the public.
Suspects who are being held by security agents say that Okorocha and Nwosu are behind kidnapping and banditry in Imo State, and they say that because they have a relationship with former ex-militants, they can help them do it.
Instead of clearing their names, they seem to be trying to use both overt and covert methods to try to get the Police High Command, which was right to arrest Uche Nwosu, to change its mind. They are also working hard to hurt the good image of the security officers who work for the governor of Imo State, who are very good at their jobs.
It is important for the public to know that the whole report is false, and that the Imo Stakeholders meeting on Tuesday will go on as planned.
There are a lot of peaceful and fun-loving people in Imo, but the embattled duo keeps making the same lies over and over again. Gov. Uzodimma’s government will always be about the well-being of the people of the state, no matter what.