- Question begging for answer in Imo
The visit of Rochas Okorocha to Rivers state at the instance of Gov. Nyesom Wike ordinarily cannot fly as news or make it to the banner headline but while his visit may not have enjoyed any form of publicity, it is getting clearer the intentions and the outcome of the visit especially when it is a direct pointer to the security challenges that is being witnessed in the state.
The last straw that broke the Carmel’s back was the refusal of the state government to disband the various panels of inquiries set up by the Emeka Ihedioha’s administration which indicted Okorocha of various corrupt practices and the determination of the governor to recover all that was stolen by Okorocha. These has made Okorocha become a loosed dog readily available to bite.
Rochas Okorocha new found love-Wike is indeed going to be a marriage of so many evil as both men are birds of a feather. For Wike it is obvious that he is what a governor shouldn’t be and his unguarded utterances against the state government and the APC led federal government must have attracted the like mind of Rochas Okorocha and definitely this unholy union will one day come crashing.
Recent revelations have shown that most of these unknown gunmen terrorizing and killing innocent citizens of Imo state are speaking Ndoni, a language peculiar to the people of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni LGA popularly known as ONELGA. This is a true testament that for a state of emergency to be declared in Imo State as been pushed by Okorocha, Imo State must become ungovernable and this he wants to achieve by the use of unknown gunmen from Ndoni, one of the local government areas in Rivers state.
The trajectory of evil posed by this men does not in any way overwhelm us especially the antics of Rochas Okorocha. One thing he may have forgotten is that nobody has the monopoly of violence and while he is at it, getting Imolites in life threatening dangers each day should be aware that the will of the people must prevail and certainly the blood of the innocent Imolites being spilled across the state calls for vengeance.
We are not ignorant of the politically sponsored attacks in the state by some displaced and dislodged politicians whose interest is to grab power at the expense of the lives of Imolites but one thing they don’t know is that Imo is in the hands of God and God being on our side, we will triumph and sing the hallelujah song in the end.
DSHU YOUTH VANGUARD