Gov Okorocha left N300billion liability for Ihedioha - PDP

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"What is he leaving behind? He is leaving behind a debt of N100 billion for Imo state. He is leaving over 90 months pension arrears. He is leaving the Imo civil servants in agony. He owes them for the past four years and their 48 months salaries were not paid in full.
Imo State elected Governor under the platform of People Democratic Party (PD) has accused the outgoing governor, Rochas Okorocha, of leaving the state by accumulating a Dept of N300 billion."

The report disclosed that over N100 billion and abandoned projects worth more than N200 billion across the state was left to be inherited by the incoming governor, Emeka Ihedioha of PDP.

“He abandoned the five-star hotels he was building in Okigwe and Owerri. He abandoned the 27 general hospitals he started. He abandoned the 15km rural roads he said he was going to construct. “What is he leaving behind? He is leaving behind a debt of N100 billion for Imo state. He is leaving over 90 months pension arrears. He is leaving the Imo civil servants in agony. He owes them for the past four years and their 48 months salaries were not paid in full. “He is talking of money we will get by counterpart funding. That was just a trap for the incoming administration, but we are going to overcome it,” Opara told The Guardian.

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