..says comments a hangover of election failure.
A political strategist and former Chairman of Aboh Mbaise Local government area, Hon Sir Richmond Osuji, Enyioha has described the current comments credited to Hon Uche Nwosu, Governor Okorocha’s son in-law as taking the sensibility of Imo state for granted after subjecting them to terribly eight years suffering and unimaginable looting of their common resources.
Hon Osuji while addressing newsmen in Owerri said the silence and peaceful disposition of Imo people should not be taken for weakness after voting out Governor Okorocha and his evil government in the March 9, 2019 Governorship election is yet to settled down and celebrated, coming to mock electorates as dead people is one thing that cannot be tolerated or accepted from a tyrant like Governor Okorocha and his son in-law after subjecting our people to suffer terrible humiliation and deliberate empoverishment of Imo people, workers and pensioners for eight years. He said fighting the governor elect, Rt Hon Emeka Ihedioha is a fight against Millions of Imo People who are expecting good things and changes from the incoming government under a technocrat in the class of Hon Ihedioha.
The astute politician cautioned and called on Hon Uche Nwosu to stop further compounding of his problems with Imo people who knows he was part of the evil agenda against their common good and progress. He therefore asked Hon Uche Nwosu to hide his face in shame and not to provoke further an already angered Imo people into unleashing and venting their anger on him for the atrocities of his father in-law for his “My family My family” government of Okorocha.
According to Hon Osuji, it would be golden for Hon Nwosu to show some remorse and ask Imo people for forgiveness for all the deliberate suffering of our people than putting himself in trouble with the people. Hon Osuji further posited that time of reckoning has catch up with Hon Nwosu and his father in-law to face the law and the people. He said he should be thinking of how to face the court, EFCC, ICPC and the people to tell them what you did with their monthly allocations for eight years and how you incurred debts to the magnitude of 85 Billion Naira, he asserted.