More revelations have emerged on why the Imo State governor, Chief Rocahs Okorocha sacked all his Commissioners and Local Government Chairmen.
Recall that the members of Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB) in a statement released yesterday by the group spokesman, Emma Powerful alleged that Okorocha sacked all his Commissioners and LG Chairmen over failure to disrupt the May 30, Biafra Day sit-at-home order given by the leadership of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
IPOB in it’s statement, claimed that; “It’s intelligence unit discovered that APC party led by Major General Muhammadu Buhari through her security operatives mandated Rochas Okorocha to do all he could to stop the sit – at – home order issued by our leader Mazi Nnamdi and IPOB family members worldwide but to his greatest surprise he could not stop the sit – at – home and remembrance of our fallen heroes and heroines.
The statement added that; “Okorocha mandated his commissioners and his LGA’s transitional chairmen in all the 27 Local Government Areas of Imo State to move into the villages and communities to sensitized them to boycott the sit – at – home order at all cost, unfortunately, those mandated to do so could not do it because power belongs to the masses not those in Government.
In the statement, IPOB further claimed that the action led “Okorocha to dissolved his commissioners and the leadership of all the LGA’s transitional chairmen in 27 Local Government Areas of Imo State.
However, the leader of Ohanaeze Youth Movement, Mr. Uche Nnadi in an interview with The Telegraph, revealed that May 30, Biafra Day sit-at-home, recorded a full compliance Imo State, even as the state governor, Rochas Okorocha told traders in Douglas, Owerri, to go on with their businesses as usual.
According to Mr. Nnadi, Okorocha was humiliated inside a market in Douglas, Owerri, when he went into the market area, urging the people to open up for business.
He said; Biafra Day sit-at-home proved that Biafran groups and not with any of the governors of the region or government of the country.
In Imo, it was a drama of sort, when the state governor went to the market area, urging the people to open up for business.
They lifted the barricade and opened the market urging people to go into their shops and trade. Not one person complied.
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