What I Want To Be Remembered For After My Tenure As Imo Governor- Okorocha

Rochas OkorochaGovernor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has said that at the end of his tenure in 2019, he wants to be remembered as a man who worked for the good of the people.
Okorocha, who made this known yesterday in a chat with reporters at the Government House, Owerri, as part of activities marking the 40th anniversary of the creation of Imo State, said his administration in the last five years initiated and completed 1000 projects.
“My government is focused with the mission to save and protect the interest of the people and I want to be remembered as a man who worked for the good of the people”, he said.
The governor also claimed that all the projects started by previous administrations in the state since the days of late Sam Mbakwe, have been completed by his administration.
He further clarified that the N26 billion bailout fund received by the state from the federal government was used strictly to offset debts owed by government.

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