By Chinonso Alozie, Owerri
The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, Sunday, started revealing his reasons for demolishing Owerri Eke ukwu market, adding that it was linked to a female deity.
A release to newsmen in Owerri, yesterday, by Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr Sam Onwuemeodo, also claimed that ahead of 2019 governorship election that his fellow politicians in the state, were administering oath on the citizens.
According to the release, “The State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has warned certain politicians in the state, especially those with governorship ambition against administering oath on Imo people who are either members or officials of their political parties.
“The governor also advised members and officials of the political parties not to subscribe or allow themselves to be subjected to oath taking for any reason by any politician or aspirant because it is ungodly to do so.”
The release emphasized that, “One of the first things I did on assumption of office as governor was to build a befitting chapel in front of the Government House and also erected the statue of a man with the Holy Bible in his hand to show Imo people the direction of his administration.
“And one of the reasons I also decided to demolish and relocate Ekeukwu Market was when the unfounded story of a female deity owning the market came up and I resolved that Imo people would never be in a market said to be owned by a deity.”
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