Gov. Okorocha says he went through trouble for eight years

– Rochas Okorocha has disclosed that he went through a lot of trouble during his eight years as Imo State Governor

– He also apologized to all the toes he stepped on during his tenure

Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo state in a statement released yesterday spoke on the troubles he went through during his eight years as the administrator of the state.

Okorocha disclosed he came to power without help from the elite but from the masses in the state.

He added that he saw Imo State calling to be rescued and he swore that he would make the state better.

The Imo state governor declared that currently the entire landscape of the state is “dotted with landmarks and verifiable projects which are there for all to see.”

Rochas Okorocha disclosed that part of his rescue mission was to improve education in the state.

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He said: “Mind you, my coming to power was without the elites or the big names in Imo politics. None was with me. But the masses of Imo State were with me and are still with me.

“So, because of the serious task of developing Imo State of our collective dreams and aspirations, I tagged this administration, Rescue Mission Administration. I swore before the Almighty God and declared that Imo must be better.”

He also applauded the key individuals that worked with him during his administration, Okorocha said, “But let me use this opportunity to appreciate all the Rescue Mission team who have helped me in ways too numerous to mention in achieving these great strides for our dear State.”

The Imo state governor, however also pleaded with the people he may have stepped on their toes during his process of redeeming the state.

He said, “I also do know that in the process of redeeming Imo, I did not have to follow the rules. So, my apologies to anyone whom I may have touched negatively in this process of governance.”

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