The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma has appealed to security agents to ensure that the votes of Imo people counts, alleging that governor Rochas Okorocha has perfected plans to unleash mayhem on APC members during the exercise.
“He has been spending the resources of the state to rig in his son in-law Uche Nwosu, wasting the resources of Imo people due to his selfish desire to plant his son-law as governor.”
“I am proud that I delivered my polling unit, ward and Local Government to President Buhari. But Rochas son in-law Uche Nwosu who boasted that himself and his boss will give the President one million votes lost his unit, ward and Local Government to PDP.
“You cannot continue to fool people. The violence sponsored by the governor will never happen again. He claimed he was supporting Buhari but in the field his boys were destroying APC votes and he claimed he is supporting the President. He is a deceit but we will expose him,” he declared.
“When a governor starts acting like a rascal it is going to create crisis. We are ready to cast our votes and we are not afraid of any body. We urge security agencies to be alert. We are not worried because I am going to win. We are glad that we have Federal Government forces that will provide security, so Okorocha’s thugs cannot be stronger than our security agencies. So our people should go out and cast their votes and we will protect the votes,” he assured.
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