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Saturday, 20 April 2013 12:39

Governor Okorocha Sustains Head Injury In Road Accident

Written by Channels TV
Governor Okorocha Sustains Head Injury In Road Accident Governor Okorocha Sustains Head Injury In Road Accident

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, Nigeria  Sustains Head Injury In Road Accident


The convoy of the Governor of Imo State; Mr Rochas Okorocha has been involved in a head-on collision in Orlu local government area of the state and the governor sustained minor head injuries.


The Governor was on a scheduled inspection tour to some state projects in the area when the accident occurred.


A statement signed by the media aide to the Governor; Ebere Ozoukwa, stated that the Governor’s convoy was involved in the accident in Orlu town in Orlu Local government area of the state.


According to Mr Ozoukwa, “the governor sustained a minor injury which is a minor cut on his head but he is presently in a good and stable condition and has been attended to by medical personnel.”


The Governor can be seen in the picture with a bandage rolled all over his head with some blood stains.


The statement advised the general public especially Imo citizens not to “panic and should go about with their normal duties since the Governor is in a good and stable condition and responding to necessary treatment.”



Okorocha’s Chief of Staff Replaces Impeached Deputy Governor


The Chief of Staff to the Governor of Imo State, Mr. Eze Madumere, has been cleared by the state House of Assembly to replace the impeached Deputy Governor, Jude Agbaso.

Mr. Madumere who was nominated by Governor Rochas Okorocha, was cleared by the lawmakers shortly after they impeached the former deputy governor, Mr. Agbaso.

The new deputy governor is expected to be sworn in on Friday at the Government House in Owerri, the Imo State capital.

Mr. Madumere before his appointment as the deputy governor was the Chief of Staff to Mr. Okorocha since the inception of his administration.

The former deputy governor was impeached on Thursday, hours after a state High Court dismissed his suit to stop his impeachment by the state Assembly.


Sources: Channels Television


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