Okorocha Denies Working With Ihedioha To Oust Uzodinma


Senator Rochas Okorocha, a former governor of Imo State, has debunked reports that he is working with Emeka Ihedioha to oust Governor Hope Uzodinma.

Recall that the Supreme Court on January 14, 2020, sacked Ihedioha as the governor of Imo state.

In a statement on Sunday by his media team, Okorocha denied involvement in the Supreme Court suit instituted by the 2019 governorship candidate of the Reformed and Advancement Party (RAP), Kingdom Okere. The lawmaker stated that he cannot be involved in a plot to oust the APC in his state.

“To say the least, Okorocha is not in alliance with Ihedioha for removing Governor Uzodinma or for any other reason. Those behind the story should stop making a mockery of the APC or the State,” the statement reads.

“Senator Rochas Okorocha cannot destroy what he had laboured to build at the risk of his political career. He planted the seed of APC in Imo, nurtured it to maturity and it has continued to bear fruits. Those who have benefitted from this vision only need to appreciate and acknowledge who God used to make it possible.

Since 2013, the story of APC in Imo has remained Okorocha’s creation. And he cannot destroy what he had worked hard and taken the Political risk of his life to erect, for any reason.

“Those enjoying the fruits of APC in Imo or even in the South-East should always appreciate the vision and ingenuity of Okorocha that made the whole thing possible. Trying to change the narrative for any reason, won’t be the best.”

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