. . . Accuses His PS, Other Aides Of Destroying Okorocha
A prominent son of Ideato South, constituency, Prince Nixon Okwara have taken a swipe at the embattled former governor of Imo State, and Senator representing Orlu Zone, Senator Rochas Okorocha, insisting that Okorocha was destroyed by his Principal Secretary (PS) Paschal Obi.
Okwara further insisted that the grace of God has departed from the former governor.
Okorocha in recent times, have dominated news headlines for the wrong reasons, as more revelations about Okorocha, his family and political associates’ mismanagement of trust bestowed on him by Imo people for eight years, gradually come to light.
Prince Nixon Okwara who is from the Isiekenesi ancient kingdom, insisted that Okorocha left his own hometown of Ideato worse than when he became governor.
Okwara compared Okorocha, to King Saul in the Bible, who was given power by God, and abused it, causing God to abandon him.
Okwara, who is a real estate magnet and security expert was addressing reporters at the Chief Sam Mbakwe Airport in reaction to the report of the judicial panel of inquiry on land use in Imo State.
Okwara insisted that Okorocha and his family members committed great sin against the living and the dead in Imo State.
Prince Nixon further stated that the report did not only expose how wretched, greedy, selfish and fake the former governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha is, in spirit, Okwara insisted that Okorocha owned Ideato Nation, and the entire Imo State, an unreserved apology for betraying their trust and bringing upon the people, untold pain and hardship.
Elaborating further, Okwara tore into all Okorocha’ s aides, most especially his Principal Secretary, PS, Dr Paschal Obi, who is now a Federal House of Representatives member, representing Ideato.
Paschal Obi was a civil servant, while working with Okorocha, and Okwara accused him of being responsible for the destruction of all sectors of Imo economy and frustrating Ideato people.
Okwara further dismissed Okorocha’ s presidential ambition as a joke, stating that a man who could not manage a state, can not be trusted with managing a country.