My son in-law has no suit at Supreme Court against Uzodinma says Okorocha

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Former governor of Imo State and Senator representing Imo West senatorial zone, Rochas Okorocha has dismissed as false, mischievous and a calculated attempt to deceive citizens of Imo state claims in a section of the media that his son inlaw, Uche Nwosu has filed a suit at the Supreme Court seeking to sack Governor Hope Uzodinma.

He also denied reports that he had entered into an alliance with the sacked governor of Imo State, Chief Emeka Ihedioha to remove Uzodinma.

The former governor who made his position known in a statement by his media aide, Sam Onwuemeodo said it would be unthinkable for him to enter into an alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with a view to removing an APC government in Imo state even after all the sacrifices he made to establish the party in Imo state.

“Interestingly too, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu is not in any Court, at the moment, over the 2019 governorship in Imo. To the best of our knowledge, only two Cases are in Court to that effect. One, instituted by the governorship Candidate of Reformed And Advancement Party (RAP), Barr. Kingdom Okere at the Federal High Court, Abuja and the one taken to the Supreme Court by Chief Philip Umeadi (SAN) on behalf of Chief Ihedioha. In the two Cases, Uche Nwosu is neither the plaintiff nor a Party in any of them. It is now left for those behind the story of alliance to tell us the particular Court the Nwosu Case, they had talked about, is.

“We also urge those behind this fictitious alliance story to search their conscience and see whether there are things they ought to have done, which they have failed or refused to do, and for which they are being troubled by their conscience, since conscience is an open wound, only truth can heal,” he said.

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The former government also made it clear that he had no hand in the Supreme Court suit instituted by the 2019 governorship candidate of the Reformed and Advancement Party, Kingdom Okere.

“To say the least, Okorocha is not in alliance with Ihedioha for removing Governor Uzodinma or for any other reason. Those behind the story should stop making a mockery of the APC or the State.

“Senator Rochas Okorocha cannot destroy what he had laboured to build at the risk of his political career. He planted the seed of APC in Imo, nurtured it to maturity and it has continued to bear fruits. Those who have benefitted from this vision only need to appreciate and acknowledge who God used to make it possible.

“Since 2013, the story of APC in Imo has remained Okorocha’s creation. And he cannot destroy what he had worked hard and taken the Political risk of his life to erect, for any reason.

“Those enjoying the fruits of APC in Imo or even in the South-East should always appreciate the vision and ingenuity of Okorocha that made the whole thing possible. Trying to change the narrative for any reason, won’t be the best.

“Senator Rochas Okorocha cannot destroy what he had labored to build at the risk of his political Career. He planted the seed of APC in Imo, nurtured it to maturity and it has continued to bear fruits. Those who have benefitted from this vision only need to appreciate and acknowledge who God used to make it possible.

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“Since 2013, the story of APC in Imo has remained Okorocha’s Creation. And he cannot destroy what he had worked hard and taken the Political risk of his life to erect, for any reason. Those enjoying the fruits of APC in Imo or even in the South-East should always appreciate the vision and ingenuity of Okorocha that made the whole thing possible. Trying to change the narrative for any reason, won’t be the best,” the statement noted.

Ihedioha was on January 14 sacked from office as the governor of the state by a Supreme Court ruling.

 

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