Another Okorocha in-law declares interest to run for Imo governor [READ]

0
32
Another Okorocha in-law declares interest to run for Imo governor

As the race to succeed Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha gathers momentum, his brother-in-law, Mr. Chuks Ololo, has declared interest to run in the 2019 governorship election in the State.

Ololo, a board member of the Federal Institute of Industrial Research (FIIRO), Oshodi, is married to Ogechi, Okorocha’s younger sister, who is the Commissioner for Happiness and Purpose Fulfillment.

The development means Okorocha now has two in-laws seeking to take over from him.

Uche Nwosu, the incumbent Chief of Staff who is married to Okorocha’s first daughter is also in the contest.

w-initiative

Okorocha had reportedly asked Ololo to forget his ambition, insisting he had already endorsed Nwosu.

But Daily Trust, however, quoted Ololo, in Owerri, as saying he was in the race, and that his mission to govern Imo State was divine.

Uche Nwosu recently rubbished claims that he had suspended his governorship aspiration, following pressures by the opposition.

In a statement, the former Commissioner of Lands in the state noted that contrary to insinuations, his ambition has been strengthened by the activities of the opposition.

He warned that cheap blackmail and propaganda can’t stop his ambition.

SEE ALSO: Tinubu’s Breathtaking Hypocrisy by Shaka Momodu [OPEN]


Do you have a story you care about or is there an issue you want Thesheet.ng to look into? Email your story ideas or suggestions to us at editor@thesheet.ng.
If you wish, you can also send your stories, pictures and videos to our
Whatsapp number:  09090480519
or any of our Social Media platforms:
Facebook: Facebook.com/Thesheetng
Twitter (tweet at us or DM): @thesheetng
Instagram: @Thesheetng

This is a 2018 Copyright of thesheet.ng. You may wish to request express approval from thesheet.ng to republish.

SUBSCRIBE TO TheSheet TV

YOUR REACTION?
  • Nawaooo 
  • OMG 
  • LOL 
  • Amazing 
  • So sad 
  • Boring 
FavoriteLoadingRead it Later
Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply