Ezeonwuka speaks on Okorocha’s alleged offer of N3billion to return to APGA

Ezeonwuka speaks on Okorocha’s alleged offer of N3billion to return to APGA



A member of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka, has warned Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state, not to return to the party.

Ezeonwuka gave the warning yesterday in an interview with newsmen at Oba, Anambra State.

He stated that Okorocha does not deserve to come back to APGA, based on his clandestine political activities.

Ezeonwuka was reacting to speculations that Okorocha might return to APGA and had in fact offered N3billion to the party’s leadership to re-admit him, after losing out in the just concluded APC wards and local governments congresses and failing to convince members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Imo state to accept his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu to succeed him as the next governor of Imo state.

“Okorocha is a betrayer. He betrayed APGA and caused irreparable and unforgiving loss to the party and I doubt if he can fool APGA for the second time. He succeeded in the first fooling but second fooling cannot work. APGA is not composed of foolish people. You can fool all the people for some time but you can’t fool them all the time.”

The APGA trustee member who is the Igbo Spiritual Leader (Ogilisi Igbo) added further that, “Governor Okorocha wants to introduce family dynasty to Igbo land and bring governance into his family by installing his son- in -law as the next governor but little did he know that Ndigbo have not attained that stage where governance will become family dynasty.

“Such a plot has never happened anywhere in Igbo land. Okorocha cannot start it for us. The Igbo’s cannot allow such selfish and foolish thing to happen. Imo state is too big for him to try what he wants to do. He will not succeed.”

Okorocha had won the Imo state governorship seat under the platform of APGA, but he later decamped to APC.

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