l:r: Current and immediate past governors of Imo State, Rt. Hon.Emeka Ihedioha and Chief Rochas Okorcha 
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Imo state, has advised the immediate past governor of the state, now senator of the Federal Republic, Owelle Rochas Okorocha to willingly return all that he stole from the state during his two terms in office.
The party spared no word for the ex governor when it chided him for “the shameful, ceaseless and senseless attacks on the person and administration of Governor Emeka Ihedioha”.

In a press statement signed by the State PDP Publicity Secretary, Mr. Damian Oparah, he stated that the former governor’s body language was clearly suggestive of a man who was anxious and nervous, following the inauguration of Judicial Commissions of Inquiry by the prudent Governor, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, to probe the award of contracts and land deals in the state during his administration, and those of governors Achike Udenwa and Dr. Ikedi Ohakim.

Oparah further contended that as a party, PDP was positive that Okorocha’s recent diatribes fired against the Governor Ihedioha-led government were aimed at diverting the attention of the public from the vexatious issues surrounding his ruinous rein as Imo State governor, which rendered the state nugatory and comatose in all facets, while stupendously enriching himself, family members and cronies.

He wondered why it was only Okorocha, among the three former governors that has been overly worried about the probe of contracts and land deals within the time in review.

Hear him: “The truth is that he (Okorocha) is conscious of the shady contract deals, massive looting of the state’s patrimony and other grievous and unwholesome practices which characterized his administration.”

He added that the former governor’s accusations and inciting statements could not wipe out the legacies of theft, destruction, institutional decay, dilapidation of public infrastructure and impoverishment of the people, which he handed on to his successor.

He therefore advised Okorocha to face reality and submit himself to the inevitable probe of the land deals and contracts awarded during his administration. 
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