APC Was Robbed Of Victory In Southeast – Okorocha Insists

Rochas-OkorochaThe last might not have been heard of the last general elections especially in the Southeast as Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has regretted that most of the politicians that contested under the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) in the region were robbed of victory.

The governor said had the zone produced senators and members of the House of Representatives under the APC, nobody would have denied them the seat of the Senate president or Speaker.

Okorocha stated this, yesterday, shortly on arrival from a trip to Turkey.

He said that in his state, the APC was strengthened to enable it favourably compete in future elections.

He, however, commended the people of the South-east for their show of understanding in the appointments made so far by President Muhammadu Buhari, adding: “APC is a great party, it is a big family. The Igbo people are also of the APC and I represent the face of that very strong movement from South-east. What is important is what the people can get from the federal government to develop the zone.

“We can develop the resources of our land and make the place better with or without politics. Emphasis should not be more on politics but on development of resources”.

Buhari lamented that politics in Nigeria revolved around distribution of income from oil, saying: “If oil dries up, what will our people do? This makes it imperative to look for alternatives now”.

He also called for support for the Buhari administration from the Southeast geo-political zone.

Okorocha said his administration would implement an industrialisation programme known as “One community, One industry”, to improve the economy of the state.

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  1. When will fools shut their mouth?where are the containers of equipment bought by SAM MBAKWE (may his soul rest in peace) for Nsu ceramic industry?they have been at the site years before you,pleeeeeeeeese where are they?

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