Uche Nwosu will soon give account of his actions – Imo govt.

The Imo State Government said the police have opened a case against Uche Nwosu and the son-in-law to ex-Governor Rochas Okorocha will sooner than later give an account of his actions.

The state Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba, stated this on Tuesday while reacting to the statements credited to Nwosu.

Nwosu, after his release, had alleged that Governor Hope Uzodinma masterminded his arrest at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Eziama Obaire in the Nkwerre Local Government Area of the state on Sunday.

Nwosu claimed that he was stripped half-naked, handcuffed on the orders of the state governor.

However, Emelumba, said the claims by Nwosu were baseless and a figment of his imagination.

The statement read “The attention of Imo State Government has been drawn to a spurious and baseless allegation by Uche Nwosu who was recently arrested by the police, for a yet-to-be-disclosed crime, that the state government was behind his arrest.

“This is a malicious concoction, that can only be made up by a drowning man.


“It is pitiable that rather than go into a sobering reflection on his arrest, Nwosu, upon his release on bail was in a hurry to allege without any proof, that his arrest was masterminded by Imo State Government.

“There is no truth whatsoever in that allegation as it is a figment of his imagination. It is natural for a drowning man to clutch on any available straw to save himself. But spurious and baseless allegations are not the kind of the straw that can save a drowning man.

“It is quite curious that in all of Imo State, it was only Uche Nwosu that the police targeted to arrest in such a manner for no just reason? Only time will tell.

“It should be emphasized that the government of Senator Hope Uzodinma does not believe in tyranny or lawless behavior as was in the case when Uche Nwosu was the defacto Deputy Governor of the state.

“This Government believes in rule of law and due process and would not attempt to usurp the Constitutional responsibility of the security agencies.

“However, we believe that in the fullness of time, Imo people and indeed Nigerians will be apprised by the relevant agencies who the bandits in the state are and the real reason for the arrest of Uche Nwosu.

“No amount of blackmail and infantile vituperation against the Government would obliterate the fact that the police have opened a case against Uche Nwosu and he will sooner than later give an account of his actions. A word should be enough for the wise.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *