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Imo Governor, Ihedioha Chasing Shadows – FORMER GOVERNOR OKOROCHA’S SON-INLAW

NWOSU/IHEDIOHA 
Uche Nwosu, the son-inlaw to the immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, and the governorship candidate of the Action Alliance in the state, on Wednesday (today) declared that the incumbent governor of the state, Emeka Ihedioha is doing nothing but chasing shadows.

Nwosu further argued that Ihedioha should start working on his plans for the state, with an addition that his disposition since he was sworn in showed that he was not prepared for leadership.

Speaking with journalists in Owerri, the state capital, Nwosu stated that, “The people of Imo State did not vote for him to start chasing shadows. 

“For the time he will stay as the governor, he should unfold his plans and programmes for the people. No one is interested in excuses. 

“What the people want is performance and nothing less.

“The people want concrete statement on what the programmes of the government are, what the government intends to do and how it would deliver dividends of democracy to them and not embarking on a mission to pull down Rochas Okorocha.

“Suspension of Local Government Chairmen and their Councilors, dissolving the recently-inaugurated boards of government agencies and parastatals and scrapping of recently established tertiary institutions, are definitely the wrong way to start for a government that wants to make headway. 

“One would have expected that by now, the governor would have engaged the civil servants and tell them what he has for the workers, as well as take up from where his predecessor stopped.

“The acrimonies that could arise from these actions are hardly what Ihedioha needed at this time, he should rather consolidate on the achievements of his predecessor and that is what Imolites want to see. 

“He should concentrate on the business of governance. If I were the governor today, I would definitely hit the ground running, knowing that there is a job to do.”

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