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Sunday, November 4, 2018

APC crisis: Okorocha withdraws staff attached to mo Deputy Governor, Madumere

Eze Madumere 
Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, Saturday withdrew security personnel and staff attached to the office of the Deputy Governor of the state, Mr. Eze Madumere without clear reason.

This was made public by Madumere via a statement he personally signed and issued to journalists during the weekend in Owerri, the Imo state capital.

The Deputy Governor condemned the decision of the governor to withdraw most of the key staff attached to his office; describing it as an unwarranted action.

He said a government memo with Reference NO: HIS/S.29/S.1/t.3/1/807, conveyed to him that 12 members of the staff were posted out of his office where eight of them were operational staff and drivers while others were administrative staff, including senior staff on data processing.

Madumere, however, insisted that the Imo State Government led by Okorocha had resolved to cause harm if not make attempt on his life.

He said: “We recall that during the series of impeachment plots to remove the Deputy Governor, we raised alarm over the grand plan to harm Prince Madumere following his stance against imposition of Governor’s son-in-law, Mr. Uche Nwosu and other irreconcilable issues that bordered on policies.

“We also recall how some members of the domestic staff of the Deputy Governor were approached to be used as agents of death to poison the deputy governor.

“Therefore, Office of the Deputy Governor regrets the tyrannical model of governance approach of the government even in a democracy, where people’s opinion or freedom of Speech, association and other fundamental rights are not respected.

“It is also regrettable to note that Imo State government should throw caution to the wind by flagrantly refusing to observe ethics, values and respect for the hierarchy of office in an established organization as a government to the extent where the opinion of the deputy governor is not sought before issue as sensitive as posting out staff from the office of the deputy governor by the head of service.

“We wish to state categorically that the sudden posting of the operational staff of the office of the deputy governor is a careful plot to compromise the security of Prince Eze Madumere.

“We therefore view the whole actions and inactions of the government of Imo State as wholly suspicious and a well-known old preparatory gimmicks before high profile heinous crimes like assassinations are committed.”

“We wish to therefore notify the Inspector General of Police, Commissioner of Police, Imo State and other security agencies to take note of the suspicious actions and inactions of Imo State Government led by His Excellency, Rochas Okorocha.”

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