Congressperson Rochas Okorocha has denied the report making rounds that he neutralized Igbo administrators in the House of Representatives challenging for speakership race.
The legislator speaking to Ehime Mbano/Ihiteuboma/Obowo government voting public, Emeka Nwajiuba, had blamed the previous representative for Imo State, of neutralizing Igbo administrators in the speakership race.
Okorocha in an announcement through his extraordinary counsel on media, Sam Onwuemeodo, got out Nwajiuba for touching base at such end.
“Hon. Emeka Nwajiuba of the Accord Party (AP) has, for some days presently, completed a ton of productions in the media blaming the previous Senator for the state and the congressperson speaking to Imo West, Rochas Okorocha, of being in charge of the loss of the speakership of the House of Representatives by the Southeast.”
“Nwajiuba, in any case, did not state how he landed at that defective end, aside from his conflict that the previous senator did not enable primaries to occur for the state part of All Progressives Congress (APC) for the 2019 race.”
“He didn’t likewise clarify how, since it was the national central command of the gathering that dealt with the primaries of APC in the state, both the one Ahmed Gulak truncated and the second exercise.”
The Senator said it was impossible for him to have upheld Nwajiuba for the situation of House of Representatives’ Speaker.
“It would have been impossible to accept that the president would embrace an individual from Accord Party for such position, regardless of the relationship, and notwithstanding when his issue is at the Appeal Court.”
“Thus, blaming Rochas Okorocha for being behind his inability to prevail with his name-dropping methodology this time was only concealment.”