Governor Rochas Okorocha has told Ikedi Ohakim, his predecessor, to show a scorecard of his achievements as governor of the state from 2007-2011.
This was contained in a statement yesterday by Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo.
Okorocha was not well pleased with a comment credited to Ohakim that he would probe him if elected governor.
Ohakim said this against Okorocha during his declaration to re-contest again as governor of the state.
According to the statement, “We would not dignify the former governor with a response, but to only remind him what he failed or refused to do while making the declaration.
“It was an aberration for a former governor to declare to run for the position again without mentioning at least one or two achievements of the government he led for four years.
“Ohakim knows that nobody would have known that he declared for the 2019 governorship race if he didn’t mention Okorocha. He would have begun by probing himself for him to be taken serious.
“He would have given the assurance that he would find out why he failed woefully in his first outing and what he did with more than N200 billion his government appropriated with nothing to show for it, including the N11 billion he purportedly spent on dredging Nworie River.”
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