Monday, 13 July 2015

Sacked members of Imo Executive Council asked to vacate quarters

The possibility of recalling members of the sacked Imo State Executive Council dimmed yesterday, as they have been ordered to immediately vacate the Commissioners’ Quarters without further delay. Those of them that initially banked on the possibility of being recalled by Governor Rochas Okorocha have started moving their personal property out of the quarters.
Some of the former commissioners and their personal aides wore long faces as they tried to move their things into waiting vehicles.
One of the sacked commissioners’ aides, who spoke on strict grounds of anonymity, expressed regret that his boss was leaving without getting his severance allowance.
“My boss may be one of the hardest hit of all the former political appointees of Governor Rochas Okorocha, because he selflessly deployed his personal resources in the prosecution of the last general elections. I do not know what he is now going home with,” the young man lamented.
Answering a question, the young man said that many aides of the political appointees were owed varying sums as unpaid salaries and allowances, and wondered how they will ever get the money again.
Efforts made to reach the Secretary to Imo State Government, Sir Jude Ejiogu, failed as he was said to be out of the office.

HENRY E. J Williams

Author & Editor

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