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Imo Government: How Ihedioha sent thugs after my wife – Uche Nwosu alleges

The latter is yet to be heard over the war of words between the Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha-drove Imo State Government and that of the Chief Rochas Okorocha past organization in the State.

This time, Chief Uche Nwosu, Okorocha’s then Chief of Staff and Action Alliance, AA, Guber competitor during the last race, has blamed Ihedioha for sending hooligans after his better half.

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This was contained in an announcement made accessible to GISTOK, marked by Onwuasoanya Jones, Director, Media and Publicity, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu Campaign Organization on Friday.

The announcement read, “Yesterday, some procured and unrefined hooligans attacked the business premises of the spouse of His Excellency Ugwumba Uche Nwosu, along Port-Harcourt Road, Owerri.

These hooligans struck and bugged the proprietress, clients, and staff of the House of Freeda, an amusement outfit claimed by Her Excellency Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, spouse of the AA governorship competitor in the last broad races.

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“It is essential likewise to educate the open that these hooligans did not give any court order, allowing them to look through this exclusive speculation of over three years standing.

“They inconsiderately intruded on business exercises in the premises and commandingly carried off properties of the outfit worth a few a huge number of Naira. For record purposes, a portion of the things plundered from the House of Freeda are:

“Fridges, control creating sets, vehicles, wristwatches, textures, shirts, solidified chicken parts, TVs, seats, tables, and different properties gained and enlisted for the sake of the organization.

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A portion of these properties have been claimed by the House of Freeda for over three years now, and there are papers to demonstrate this.”

He requested that “the Imo State Government should, inside, forty-eight hours of this production return all that it plundered from the House of Freeda.

“That the Imo State Government ought to in not over twelve hours, after this production, pronounce and show before general society, things plundered from the House of Freeda, and join confirmations demonstrating that these things were or are properties of the Imo State Government.

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“That the Imo State Government should, inside 72 hours of this press articulation, delicate an open conciliatory sentiment to Her Excellency Mrs. Uloma Nwosu, all staff of her foundation, clients and His Excellency, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu.

“That Governor Emeka Ihedioha should decry everybody associated with that hooligan activity against the life partner of our governorship applicant.

“That the Imo State Government through its media group, should support advertorials on TV, papers, radio, and the internet-based life, dissipating the incorrect story they had supported against Her Excellency Mrs. Uloma Nwosu and her foundation.

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“That the Imo State representative, His Excellency Rt Hon Emeka Ihedioha, must submit without anyone else to counterbalance emergency clinic bills of every one of those harmed during this attack.”

They further noticed that as “a battle association we despise the consistent disturbances by Mr. Emeka Ihedioha’s hooligans, and we are worried that the Imo State Police Command may have been recruited to give spread to these hooligans.

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“While we keep on investigating lawful alternatives towards ensuring our opportunity as prominent natives of this State, we approach the Imo State Commissioner of Police and other pertinent security offices to call these rampaging hooligans of the State Government to arrange.

“We may need to express that, should these provocations persevere, we may have no different choices; however, to turn to self-improvement to secure ourselves.”