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Nothing Will Stop My Son-In-Law Becoming Imo Governor

Nothing Will Stop My Son-In-Law Becoming Imo Governor


The Governor of Imo State has made the declaration that no amount of blackmail would stop his son in-law, Chief Uche Nwosu, from succeeding him as he has already been “ordained by God” and supported by 24 out of the 27 local government areas in the state.

Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo his Chief Press Secretary, who spoke on behalf of Rochas Okorocha, said no matter the amount of propaganda and lies being peddled against him, the Imo people’s resolve to make Nwosu their governor in 2019 remained strong.

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Okorocha refuted claims that his son-in-law, also his chief of staff, orchestrated the assault on the Catholic Archbishop of Owerri, Most Rev. Anthony Obinna.

Speaking in reaction to the social media allegation that Nwosu’s loyalists attacked the archbishop. He said the alleged “beating, lynching, attacking or harassing” of the cleric was being investigated.

The governor’s statement  reads: ‘We have as usual, read in the social media several versions of the purported beating of the Catholic Archbishop of Owerri Diocese, Bishop Anthony Obinna.

“He was allegedly beaten up by hoodlums or thugs or Entraco officials on the fictitious order of Nwosu, who is the Chief of Staff at the Government House.“ Those behind this latest blackmail said the incident happened at a burial Church Service in Mgboma, Obube community, in Ngor-Okpala Local Council Area.”

“Seeing Nwosu as the guy to beat in the 2019 election, they now think that there is no other way to stop him rather than through unwarranted blackmail.

“That is the reason such a quintessential gentleman, and an embodiment of decency should be associated with whatever that transpired at the event in question.

“For weeks now, they have flooded the social media with one ugly story or another, against the young man. But to the Imo people, such elements are wasting their time. They do not know that when God has said yes to any project, nobody can say no,” he said.
He described Nwosu as a child of destiny.

“This time, it is Uche Nwosu because they have seen that he is the man for 2019 with God on our side. And no amount of blackmail or tricks would change the plan of God on the young man to govern the state.

It takes someone alive in the things of the spirit to know that Uche Nwosu is a ‘child of destiny.’ He has the divine mark; and anyone fighting him is fighting his God. And no one can battle with God.

Okorocha added, “We do not intend to bore our audience with a lengthy story to show the reason behind this latest blackmail or onslaught until Archbishop Obinna himself talks on the claim.

“However, we say this for posterity. Imo people, including youths, students, men and women have thrown their unalloyed support behind the youthful Chief of Staff, Uche Nwosu, for the 2019 governorship in the state.

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He has become the subject-matter as long as that issue is concerned, with APC officials and leaders from 24 out of the 27 local governments in the state having already endorsed him for 2019.”

The archbishop himself has also refuted claims about the allegation reported in the online blogs; Facebook and other social media platforms. Obinna maintains that though he was against any form of what looked like undemocratic rule in the state and the country at large, he was not touched by anyone.

He said: “Please, tell the people the truth. Nothing like that happened. No body beat me. But I saw them at the burial at Alex Mbata. I greeted them and left.”

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