Rescue Mission Members Avoid Okorocha  Begin To Vacate Govt Quarters

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By Okey Alozie

It is said that failure has no friendship or brother and as a result of this, governor Rochas Okorocha’s appointees and followers have allegedly began moves to decamp to Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) so as to be part of Emeka Ihedioha’s victory celebration.

Few hours after INEC declared Ihedioha winner, many appointees of the rescue mission government especially the commissioners have reportedly began moves to vacate government quarters in other to join the incoming governor, Chief Ihedioha and his team.

Some of them according to reports who were said to have played doubled standard during the election have now come out openly to join PDP to avoid being in opposition when Governor Okorocha must have left office in few weeks time.

Emeka Ihedioha’s House in Owerri has now turned to pilgrimage ground where decampees of the rescue mission come on daily bases to receive blessings.

Many is said to have confessed being in support of the bad policies of the outgoing Governor of Imo State.

Further information reveals that those who cross carpeted to PDP are supposedly revealing secrets of the Okorocha’s administration to Ihedioha in order to gain favour from the incoming governor.

This Mass Exodus as gathered is said to be giving Governor Okorocha sleepless night. This paper also learnt that only few person’s come to rescue mission meeting recently held. We also gathered that Okorocha appointees have shunned the Government House chapel church since and activities.

The chapel before now use to filled with worshippers mainly Rescue Mission appointee but now the worshippers are few in number. The reason for this is not far connected Uche Nwosu failure.

 

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