– Gov. Rochas Okorocha has challenged the Imo State Governor-elect, Emeka Ihediora to probe his administration
– This comes after the PDP alleged that Rochas Okorocha withdrew the sum of N17 billion from private banks within three days for private use
A latest report has made it known that the Imo State incumbent Governor, Rochas Okorocha has challenged the Governor-elect of the state, Emeka Ihediora to probe his administration after he leaves the seat of power come May 29.
This statement from Gov. Rochas Okorocha comes as a reaction to the allegation made against him by the Peoples Democratic Party PDP chapter in the state.
Recall that the PDP in a statement alleged that Gov. Rochas Okorocha withdrew the sum of N17 billion within three days from different banks for his private use.
The PDP also alleged that Rochas Okorocha was transferring properties in the Government house to his hometown.
Gov. Rochas Okorocha in his statement, however, made it known that the incoming Gov. has the right to even investigate the food himself and his family ate in the Government house from 2011 to 2019.
The Incumbent Gov. described the allegations made against him as unfounded as he added that Emeka Ihediora lacks the capacity to lead Imo state.
According to the press statement released by Rochas Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, he said, “He should also know that with what Governor Okorocha has achieved, Imo people won’t entertain any excuse from him.
“If he likes, let him talk about Okorocha from now till when he will leave as governor. The die is cast. Action speaks louder than words.
“Blackmail or propaganda, which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) invested heavily in, during the 12 years they governed the state, have become old-fashioned in the state at the moment.
“Ihedioha was contentiously declared winner, on Tuesday, and on Thursday, he came up with the allegation of the government withdrawing N17 billion. He never mentioned how the withdrawal was made?
“Like we said earlier, he is not an intelligent guy. He can’t cope with the challenges of governance.”