Lawmaker representing the lmo West Senate, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has debunked claims that he resigned from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Okorocha, a former governor of Imo state, stated that he is still a bona fide member of the ruling party.
La Nación reports that the former governor, contrary to the claim, has no plans to leave the party.
Okorocha had appeared in a viral photo with former Governor Emeka Ihedioha at a burial ceremony for the mother of one of his aides, Pascal Uju.
A statement from Sam, Okorocha’s special media advisor. Onwuemeodo, sidd that the Senator said he could not have joined the PDP in a burial ceremony.
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“The photographers were taking their photos without anyone noticing any mischief, as all the political leaders were there, for the burial of Hon. Uju’s mother.
“It was not a political rally.”
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In the meantime, legit.ng previously reported that Senator Shehu Sani dropped a tip for all serving governors in the country’s states.
The former legislator urged governors to make sure they remain humble as their time in office would not be forever.
According to the former legislator, it is important for incumbent governors to look back on the lives of their predecessors and how they are treated by friends and supporters after leaving office.
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Nigerians took to Twitter to condemn comments made by Bashir El-Rufai, son of the Kaduna state governor at the Universities Academic Staff Union.
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These Nigerians believe that Bashir lacks the necessary knowledge to understand ASUU’s actions and attacks.
According to some of the citizens, the governor’s son did not go to school in the country and can hardly understand the need for quality education in Nigeria.