Mr. Rochas Okorocha, the immediate past Imo state Governor has been accused of taken away 67 cars and item worth over N50 billion from Imo state government house.
Mr. Jasper Ndubuaku, chairman Imo
state State Task Force on Recovery of Government Assets, accused Okorocha and his family of taken away 67 cars from the state government house.
Mr. Ndubuaku who spoke to journalists at Owerrri, the Imo state capital on Wednesday disclosed that
Okorocha’s ADC took away five vehicles while his driver went home with one Prado Jeep.
The task force chairman said apart from the 67 cars, other item such as generators, chairs, television and kitchen utensils worth over N50 billion were also moved away.
He also pointed out that 27 local government chairmen and 30 commissioners and special advisers took away cars and other government properties in their possession.
He accused Okorocha and his wife of taken away different bullet proof vehicles belonging to the state government.
Ndubuaku said that all the 27 payloaders for construction and 27 graders bought by the Ikedi Ohakim administration were carted away by the Okorocha administration.
Part of Ndubuaku statement reads, “The looting spree was unprecedented. It was as if government never existed as all paraphernalia of government were carted away. Even the 150 transformers bought by Okorocha for electioneering stunt all disappeared to thin air.” “Some of them told us that the cars were accidented somewhere in Abuja and Jos and we have told them to take us there.”