This is contained in a statement issued by his media aide, Mr William Unadike, in Owerri.
It said that the Okorocha-led administration was not indebted to any bank, adding that the more the governor was criticised, the more his profile kept rising.
The statement also quotes Okorocha as saying that those who had followed his administration’s activities would be astonished with the achievements compared with what the state had been receiving from the federation account.
It appealed to those who engaged in destructive criticism to have a change of mind and support the administration to build a better Imo that would be a pride to the future generation.
The statement said that the governor had not committed any offence to deserve what it called the ”unwarranted attacks from his detractors”.
“My only crime is the refusal to allow the resources of the state to be shared by the privileged few against the interest of the majority of the people,” it quotes the governor as saying.
The statement said that Gov. Okorocha was using the state resources to cater for the interest of the greater majority through the provision of social infrastructure that would guarantee improved standard of living.
It said that the governor had made personal sacrifices to ensure that every Imo child had access to education by forfeiting his security vote to finance free education in the state. (NAN)