Okorocha sacks aides contesting election

By Editor on 13/09/2018

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Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has relieved 13 of his appointees contesting in the 2019 elections of their positions.

Those affected include Chief of Staff to the governor Uche Nwosu (governor); Secretary to the Government George Eche (governor); Commissioner of Information Prof. Nnamdi Obiareri (Imo North senatorial seat); Principal Secretary to the Governor Paschal Obi; Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations) Kingsley Uju; Commissioner for Trade, Investment and Commerce Emma Ojinero and Commissioner for Gender and Social Development Ngozi Njoku, among others.

A statement by Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, said the governor thanked the appointees for their services and wished them luck.

Posted 13/09/2018 07:43:09 AM

 

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