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Okorocha yet to release money for my inauguration, Ihedioha laments

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Imo State Governor-elect, Emeka Ihedioha, has said that the incumbent governor, Rochas Okorocha, had not released funds for his inauguration on May 29.

Ihedioha made this known on Tuesday in a statement issued by the secretary of his inauguration and handover committee, Ray Emeana.

The statement also said that the committee had also not requested for any money and that rumour about N150 million released for the inauguration was false.

Part of the statement said: “For the avoidance of doubts, Governor Rochas Okorocha and his outgoing government have not released any money to the Inauguration Planning and Handover Committee. The committee has not requested for any money either.

“Rather, the joint committee made up of the 31–member Ihediohia team and the 21–member Rochas Okorocha team met and adopted common resolutions on how best to proceed with the inauguration activities.

“Rochas Okorocha has since abandoned the mutual resolutions and proceeded with his ‘Internet-based Commissioning of Internet Sited Projects.’

“Conscious of the importance Imo people attach to the May 29, 2019 handover date, the Ihedioha/Irona inauguration committee has proceeded with arrangements to deliver a world-class inauguration to Imo people come May 29, 2019.

“Arrangements to ensure this delivery include such activities such as providing clean environments within and around event venues including the Dan Anyiam and Grass Hoppers Handball stadia.”

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