The immediate past governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has challenged his successor, Emeka Ihedioha, to within seven days publish the list and particulars of the 67 vehicles and the details of the N50bn property which he (Ihedioha) claimed he (Okorocha) and his wife made away with.
Media reports had quoted the Chairman of Ihedioha’s Committee on Recovery of Government Properties, Mr Jasper Ndubuaku, as claiming that
Okorocha, his wife and some of his appointees took away 67 vehicles and N50bn property belonging to the state government.
The former governor however challenged his successor to publish the property his former appointees left with, either as a group or as individuals.
He gave the challenge in a statement on Thursday by his media aide, Sam Onwuemeodo.
The statement read, “The governor himself had made his own claim talking about cars and N70bn taken away.
“The Chief of Staff to the Governor had equally claimed that the former governor left with 31 vehicles and about N40bn.
“Now, the chairman of the committee on the recovery of what they call government properties, Mr Ndubuaku, has come up with the latest claim of 67 vehicles and N50bn.
“The new Attorney General, Ndukwe Nnawuchi, has added his voice by also making the claim of N20bn against the former governor.
“We want to let Nigerians know that the PDP people in the state are doing their campaign for possible re-run because they know that, by all considerations, Chief Ihedioha never won that election.”