Major Commotion In Imo State As Governor Rochas Okorocha Lands In Deep Trouble, Over Missing N3.5 Trillion – DETAILS!!!

By Post Nigeria March 13, 2018 10:23

Major Commotion In Imo State As Governor Rochas Okorocha Lands In Deep Trouble, Over Missing N3.5 Trillion – DETAILS!!!

The Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has once again landed himself in some trouble, as the Association of Catholic Medical Practitioners of Nigeria, ACMPN, has accused him of destroying the State’s economy with over N3.5 trillion, allegedly lost to frivolities. 

In a press release tittled: “The 10 Mortal Sins of Governor Rochas Okorocha”, the Chairman of the ACMPN, Dr. Philip Njemanze, said:

“Imo State economy drastically shrunk, because of the loss of a whopping N3.5 trillion, as a result of the urban renewal programme. The colossal loss resulted to an equally disturbing loss of no fewer than 25,000 jobs.

“This huge losses have sadly reduced the State’s Gross Domestic Product, GDP, by at least 30 percent.

“The Okorocha administration had publicly lied in the name of God, in what everyone knows is false, including the false assertion that the State administration paid N400 million to the Catholic Archdiocese, for the refurbishing of Catholic schools.

“The Governor instead used the money to erect statues of friends and associates, and luxury homes for family members and cronies, in violation of the fifth commandments.

“We have not forgotten the Abortion Bill, which the Governor signed into law, to murder the unborn Imo child. We have equally not forgotten how 10-year old Somtochukwu Ibeanusi was murdered gruesomely, during the destruction of Ekeukwu Owerri market. This is a violation of the sixth commandment, that you shall not kill”, Njemanze stated.

 

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