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    Governor Rocha's okorocha sacks his chief of staff and other appointees alongside his Son-inlaw,Uche Nwosu

    Governor Rochas Okorocha has sacked his Chief of Staff and Son-in-law, Uche Nwosu alongside other appointees who will be contesting in the upcoming elections.
    This development was announced by his chief press secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo.
    The Affected Appointees are:
    1. Sir George Eche – Secretary to the Government of Imo State
    2. Chief Uche Nwosu – Chief of Staff, Government House
    3. Dr. Paschal Chigozie Obi – Principal Secretary to the Governor
    4. Hon. Kingsley Uju – Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations)
    5.Chief Emma Ojinero – Commissioner for Trade & Investment/Commerce
    6. Prof. Nnamdi Obiareri – Commissioner for Information
    7. Barr. (Mrs) Ngozi Njoku – Commissioner for Gender/Social Development
    8. Lady Joy Mbawuike – Commissioner for Market Development
    9. Hon. Obinna Mbata – Commissioner for Finance
    10. Dr. Dan Nworie – Commissioner for Tertiary Education
    11.Hon. Simeon Iwunze – Special Adviser on Urban Renewal
    12. Barr. Obinna Amagwula – Special Assistant General Duties
    13. Pst. (Mrs) Betty Uzoma- Special Assistant Finance
    Nwosu has recently indicated interest in the governorship seat of the state while there have been discussions about the governor's role in ensuring his son-in-law's aspiration of succeediong him to which has steadily tried to establish neutrality.
    He spoke in a September 10 report concerning this. According to him, " Nwosu has collected his nomination forms, and will face APC delegates for the primary and if he wins the primary, he will face Imo electorate in the election proper. And if Imo people elect him to be their governor, so shall it be."
    “That is to say, Uche Nwosu’s fate over the governorship of the state will be decided by the Almighty God first, then APC delegates for the primary and Imo people at the main election. So, the issue of the governor being under pressure over Nwosu’s governorship aspiration is neither here nor there.”

    Please what do u think of this, did he do the right thing?
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