NOTHING WRONG IF MY SON INLAW SUCCEEDS ME ... Rochas Okorochs.
The Imos State Governor has stated that there is nothing wrong if his son inlaw succeeds him as the governor of Imo State.
In a press chat with newsmen at Owerri, the Imo State Capital, the Givernor, gave reason why he want my son inlaw to succeed him as governor of lmo state.. Read his tales;
"Our people (lmo/Ndigbo) are very myopic. Tinubu was a governor , his wife is a senator now.
Saraki, of Kwara (state) was a senator , his son became a governor and his daughte became a member of the House of Representatives.
Look at Arthur Nzeribe, Aurther Nzeribe was a senator , his wife became a Local Government Chairman.
Abba Bukar Ibrahim, from Yobe state , he is a senator , his wife is member of house of Representatives, his wife later became minister , husband and wife.
Theodore Orji ws governor of Abia state for 8 years and after ruling, his son became a member of the House of Assembly, father and son.
Ohakim became the governor ,his Chief of Staff is his biological brother, one father, one mother.
George Bush became a President of America , when his two sons were governors. Then George Bush Junior became President just like his father, father and son.
Clinton became a president and his wife became a senator . And his wife contested for presidency and she almost defeated Trump.
People are talking about zone. They want to reduce lmo to zones, Orlu , Okigwe and Owerri.
The presidents that ruled Nigeria from the north came from one zone , the north west.
Shagari Sokoto, North West; Yaradua Kastina , Buhari Kastina, Daura , both one local government.
I don't know Uche from the beginning. Destiny brought him to me in 1999 when he was a student of lMSU, he was wearing a coat that has no hand.
The coat was bigger than him and he was singing we shall follow Rochas.
Rochas foundation took him because he can't come 1 kilometre to me.
When l saw his activities at the foundation, l picked Uche and made my PA. From PA to SA, from SA to General Manager lands in Abuja. You can't count five biggest land owners in Abuja without mentioning Rochas Okorocha.