GROUP CARPETS UZODINMA OVER ANTI-PEOPLE ACTIVITIES
Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has come under fire by Indigenes of Imo residing in Abuja who expressed dissatisfaction at the activities of the Governor.
Citing the recent muscling of the state Chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and The Trade Union Congress (TUC) over the botched Workers Day programme amongst others, the group under the aegis of Concerned Imo Indigenes says Uzodinma has set the state back 50 in his 3 fruitless years as Governor.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Coordinator and Secretary of the group Engr. Anyaso Nnaji and Linda Onyeme. Governor Hope Uzodinma was accused of gross rascality through the use of thugs to assault workers in Imo State on labour day while issuing a circular to announce a fake location for the celebration organized by government.
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“We frown at these happenings in our state where we had things going on well for us before his controversial emergence as governor which has heightened insecurity in a hitherto peaceful state with several lives and properties destroyed due to his penchant to getting things at all cost, lavishing our common wealth on frivolities, instead of developing the state and its people. Today Imo is being referenced as the headquarters of poverty in Nigeria, though arguable because of the resilience of Imolites, but for the current administration of Hope we would not have been so referenced.
The Governor has scammed even the Federal Government by bringing the President and Vice President at different occasions to commission projects that were either not completed or white washed, giving the Federal Government the impression that the projects were completed by his snail pace administration that has plunged Imo that used to be the pride of the south east to a shadow of itself contrary to the projections of our leaders like Dee Sam Mbakwe among others who laid sound foundation for Imo." The statement noted.