Former Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has said he has nothing against being probed by his successor, Sen. Hope Uzodinma.
However, he warned against abuse of office by the new administration in the state.
Recall that in his inaugural speech on Wednesday, Uzodinma demanded a probe of past administrations since May 2010. He also suspended payment for all ongoing projects in the state till further notice.
Ikedi Ohakim, Okorocha and Emeka Ihedioha were the governors in charge during the period under probe.
But reacting in a tweet on Thursday, Okorocha said he was ready for the probe.
However, he warned against the maltreatment of his supporters.
“Let me reiterate that I have nothing against being probe.
“What I did not agree with was the attempt to misuse power to harass and intimidate me or any of my supporters,” the ex-governor said.
Let me reiterate that I have nothing against being probed.
What I did not agree with was the attempt to misuse power to harass and intimidate me or any of my supporters. https://t.co/oBJmdvkt3h
— Senator Rochas Okorocha (@realRochas) January 16, 2020
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