Oyegun Should Be Imprisoned, says Okorocha


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Gorvernor Rochas Okorocha of IMO state has stated that APC National Chairman Chief John Odigie Oyegun, should be jailed, for disregarding court orders.


He said this 24 hours after Oyegun inaugurated Hillary Eke as chairman of the APC in IMO state.
Okorocha accused Oyegun of disregarding two court orders which were against the“inauguration of strange elements as the state officials of the party”.
He also accused Oyegun of plans to destroy the party before leaving since he wasn’t privileged to come back.
The way Chief Oyegun has pursued the elongation of his tenure also showed how selfish and greedy he is. He is not interested in the well-being or future of the party, but only interested in staying put as the National Chairman of the party,” he stated in a statement which Sam Onwuemeodo, his spokesman, released on his behalf.
And that is why he is after anybody who opposed the tenure elongation. The worst thing that would have happened to APC is to allow Chief Oyegun to continue as the national chairman of the party. It would have been worse for the Party. Chief Akande never tried to destroy the party when he was leaving as the pioneer chairman, but Oyegun wants to destroy the party because he is leaving. He is not patriotic.
“In the case of IMO, he disobeyed two court orders with regard to the congresses in Imo and the inauguration of strange elements as the state officials of the party just to get at Governor Okorocha because of the issue of elongation. 
And we have no option now than to ask our lawyers to press for his imprisonment and that of Osita Izunaso and all those who were involved in the lawlessness.”
Okorocha claimed to have built APC in the south-east and that he is certain the party members in IMO state would not work with the “Oyegun created faction”.
“In case Chief Oyegun does not know, Imo APC members won’t allow any faction. The APC in IMO and even in the south-east is Governor Okorocha’s making,” he stated.
“And it will be foolish of anybody to think that he would build the party and allow cowards to take it over. If they have the political strength, let them go and pick a party and present a candidate, and it will be very interesting.”

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