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Ihedioha Orders Arrest of Rochas Okorocha

Imo state government on Thursday ordered a citizen’s arrest against Sen. Rochas Okorocha, over alleged assault on a government official, Mr Jasper Ndubuaku. The Secretary to State Government (SSG), Mr Uche Onyeaguocha, gave the order after the Chairman of the Recovery of Government Properties, Mr Jasper Ndubuaku, was allegedly assaulted at Okorocha’s residence. Onyeaguocha said that the state had also placed Okorocha on security watch and urged Imo citizens to arrest him and alert the government whenever they found him in the state. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a video, trending online on Thursday, captured some thugs beating Ndubuaku at Okorocha’s residence on Spibatt Avenue, Owerri. The Commissioner of Police in the state, Rabiu Ladodo, and SSG confirmed the incident to newsmen at a joint news briefing in Owerri. They announced that a citizen’s arrest had been declared on Okorocha over the incident. They claimed that Okorocha hired thugs to attack Ndubuaku, who


AS IMO YOUTHS DARE EX GOV. OKOROCHA OVER HIS RECENT INCITING STATEMENTS. RESTATE SOLIDARITY TO THE REBUILD IMO PROJECT. Imo State Governor, Hon.Emeka Ihedioha, CON, has said his administration will remain focused in the task of rebuilding the State from the ruins it was plunged into by the past administration in the State. Speaking to over 5,000 youths who were at the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport to receive him on his arrival from Abuja on Sunday, Governor Ihedioha said his administration will not be distracted by those who commiteed crimes against humanity in the State and destroyed the legacies of the founding fathers of the State. He said he had set up various committees at the inception of his administration, pointing out that by the time the various committees conclude it's assignment, Imo people will understand the depth of the rot in various sectors of the State perpetrated by the past administration. Governor Ihedioha said his administration despite the