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You Are A Bad Market;Osuji Taunts Okorocha

A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a political strategist, Chief Richmond Osuji, Enyioha 1 of Aboh Mbaise has described the outgoing governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha as a bad market. Chief Osuji contended that in the unfolding Imo political equation Okorocha and would soon go into oblivion having lost relevance in Nigerian politics.

Addressing journalists in Owerri the Imo State capital, recently, Chief Osuji observed that governor Okorocha is now hated by man and God and nemesis is haunting him.

He contended that ‘Governor Okorocha has offended the god of the land and the land is now pursuing him for the atrocities he committed against Ndi Imo who now see him as a laughing shock stating further that God has exposed Okorocha’s evil deeds against the masses, pensioners, and civil servants. He reminded him that the humiliation or disgrace suffered by a once prominent man is worst than his death

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He reminded him that the humiliation or disgrace suffered by a once prominent man is worst than his death

He also said that the blood of the slain only son of his parents, Master Somtochukwu who was killed at Ekeonuwa market like the blood of biblical Abel, is crying in God’s presence, for vengeance which will soon come as a catastrophe for the Okorocha since there would be no hiding place for them.

Chief Osuji also posited the lamentation, cries, and prayers of the masses whom he (Okorocha) destroyed their properties during the demolition of Ekeukwu Owerri market, and some areas of the Owerri metropolis contributed to his now miserable life as a “political liability that is not needed by any party”, ethnic nationality or religion.

He stated that with the way God is dealing with Okorocha, it will be very difficult for him to represent Orlu people in the senate even if there is a re-run in Orlu senatorial zone concluding that “Okorocha cannot win in Ogboko his home town under a transparent, free and fair elections”.

“He remains a bad market any day, anytime in Imo State political equation”, he concluded.



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