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  • Why My Successor May Be Stoned By Imo People -- Gov. Rochas Okorocha
  • The governor of Imo state,
    Rochas Okorocha has
    bragged over his
    achievement as the
    governor of Imo state for
    the second successive
    time, claiming that it would
    be impossible to have a
    governor that would match
    his achievement
    Image in Imo.
    According to him, the
    inability of anyone to
    surpass his achievments
    may spell doom for his
    successor, who may be
    stoned by the people for not
    living up to his standards.
    The governor’s ironic
    political stunt is coming at
    a time majority of the Imo
    people express strong
    disgust and outright
    detestation of the poor
    governance of the his
    administration especially in
    his second tenure.
    Also, noteworthy are the
    complaints of the civil
    servants in the state who
    are owned over 6 months
    salary even after about 30%
    salary slashed was effected
    by the governor.
    But according to Rochas
    Okorocha who spoke during
    an interview with State
    House Correspondents, at
    Abuja, yesterday, Friday, his
    administration had spoilt
    the people of Imo with
    infrastructural development
    which would be his huge
    legacy to the people after
    service as their governor.
    Hear him: “I am in this job
    not for the profit of it but for
    the honour and glory of the
    job. So I want to leave a
    legacy. I want Imo people to
    miss me and they will
    definitely miss me. Believe
    you me they have not seen
    such developmental work
    before now and they will
    miss it.
    “The only problem I have is
    that anybody that comes
    after me and does not
    perform will be stoned.
    Because you cannot come
    to Imo State now and say
    you want to abolish free
    education from primary to
    university, they will not
    accept. I have spoilt Imo
    people believe me.
    “You cannot come to Imo
    State and say you want to
    give them a single lane road
    when they are now used to
    eight lane road in the city,
    they won’t accept it. You
    cannot come here and tell
    the children to go to
    schools where the floors
    are not tiled they will not
    accept because all the
    schools have been rebuilt. I
    have rebuilt 450 schools.”
    Although most of the
    hospitals the administration
    started over three years ago
    were yet to be completed
    and have not taken off, the
    governor claimed that, “You
    can no longer take them to
    those ramshackle hospitals,
    those shanties they called
    hospitals because I have
    built 27 to 200 bed general
    hospitals. You can no
    longer tell them those
    stories. All the
    infrastructures are there.
    “You cannot tell them that
    there are criminal activities
    any more and that your
    hands are tied they will not
    accept it because we know
    where we brought Imo from,
    from unsafe place to a safe
    place right now. And you
    can no longer tell our
    workers to dress shabbily
    they will not, they will want
    to dress in their suits and
    tie and white shirts. So Imo
    has changed believe me.”
    Giving himself pass mark,
    he said, “I stand to be
    challenged and corrected
    by anybody that what we
    have done in Imo State in
    six years can be
    comparable to what any
    governor in that state living
    or dead has done.
    “And if we put all of them
    together, I can’t say
    whether they can match
    what we have done. Have
    you seen me sounding
    boisterous? That is the
    truth. But the point is I don’t
    make media noise, I don’t
    make foundation laying
    stones Programme, I don’t
    bring women to dance
    because I want to lay
    foundation project. I don’t
    commission projects
    because for me it doesn’t
    make sense.

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