2019: Okorocha warns Imo people against fraudsters



Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has urged the people of the State to be wary of electing fraudsters as leaders.

The Governor disclosed that the desperation of some politicians to realise their ambitions in 2019 now compel them to consult false prophets in sheep’s clothing.

Okorocha stated this while interacting with newsmen in Owerri to unfold programmes slated for the state’s 42nd anniversary celebration.

” Electorates should shun politicians of dubious character and who are into unholy alliance with the devil, the state would be doomed if such people who are greedy, selfish and arrogant and are into kidnapping, vengeance, 419 deals and vengeful behaviour find themselves at the pinnacle of power.

“You should elect a governor who can control power and not one who is controlled by power as well as one who has a penchant for work,” he said.





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