Suspension Saga;Onyeagocha Mocks Okorocha

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Hon Uche Onyeagocha
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The former honourable member representing Owerri Federal constituency Hon. Uche Onyeagocha has in a mockery language commiserated with the indomitable and indefatigable governor of Imo State His Excellency Owelle Rochas Okorocha over his recent “disgraceful suspension and recommend expulsion” from the All Progressive Congress where he had been the chairman of APC governors forum.

In a statement issued in Owerri the yesterday March 4, through his press Secretary MacDonald Enwere, Chief Onyeagocha stated that the long awaited suspension order of the governor did not come to them in politics as a surprise rather “we thought that his party should have expelled him at the same time”.

He taunted the governor thus, this self acclaimed “commando” governor who has been boasting of his indispensability in the party even at the height of his rascality and bestiality and once chairman of the APC governor’s forum can be suspended at this point in time from a party which he has been claiming its leadership.

In his opinion, Hon. Onyeagocha stated that in a decent clime Governor Okorocha who has committed myriads of political sacrilege and should not be worthy of being a member of any responsible party adding that it has become glaring that the governor’s intransigence and moral baggage will continue to spell doom for any party that associate with him. Contending that Okorocha now remains “a political sore point in the history of Nigerian politics”.

Going further, Onyeagocha observed, that Okorocha’s name will continue to evoke nausea whenever it is mentioned in any political party, as his suspension and recommended expulsion from his party at this point, to us, is spiritually symbolic as it signifies his total rejection and everything about him and his third term bid through succession of his son-inlaw.

He cautioned other political parties to be wary of Governor Okorocha as any party that admits him is taking suicide risk while calling on Imolites to continue to reject him and his third term tenure bid via his son-inlaw Uche Nwosu.


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