1Million-Man-March: We Wont Join Issues With Okorocha – Imo PDP
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo State has said it was resisting the temptation to join issues with the State governor Rochas Okorocha and his Chief Press Secretary, (CPS), Sam Onwuemeodo, because they were being “petty, unprofessional and deceitful.”
The state’s secretary of the PDP, Nze Raymond Emeana, stated this in reaction to the accusation that the PDP was organising a one million-man march against the state government on July 3, 2017.
The opposition party further described Okorocha’s repeated attack on the party as “a macabre dance of shame, deceit and lies.”
He also disclosed that those lies and falsehood were dished out only when the citizenry demanded account of stewardship from the governor.
Emeana said: “The trending official press release from the government is manifestly tardy, indecent and indecorous.
“It is for the reason of claiming sole political champion that all existing functional infrastructure in Imo are either destroyed or redesigned and further reclassified, causing monumental hardship, ruin and stagnancy in the state, including wastage of scarce resources in Imo State.
“It has become irresponsibly fashionable for Governor Okorocha and his media handlers to only tout that the successive PDP administrations in Imo State achieved nothing.
“Nothing sounds cheap, spurious, bizzare and ludicrous as this irritating piece of falsehood and cheap political propaganda.
“The volume of revenue accruable to Rochas Okorocha within his first two years alone, are far beyond the 12 years of Achike Udenwa and Ikedi Ohakim put together.”