‘We Spent N61bn On Education In Seven Years’ – Governor Ajimobi

Outgoing Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, yesterday said that in his eight years as governor, he went through a lot of troubles to develop Imo State.

Rochas Okorocha Okorocha spoke in Owerri during a prayer meeting by Women of Divine Destiny Initiative, WODDI, organized by his wife, Nkechi Okorocha at IMO International Convention Centre, IICC.

According to Okorocha, in 2011, he came up with the slogan of Rescue Mission, because he met Imo State in a situation begging for “true governance.” The governor also used the opportunity to apologize to those he might have wronged in his eight years in office.

During the inauguration of the New Imo State High Court Complex in Owerri, Okorocha declared that he is crazy and mad. He, however, anchored his declaration on his passion to make the state better than he met it.

“I’m crazy and mad not because something has affected my medulla oblongata but because of my vision for Imo State. When I came in, I was baptized with the name OkoroHausa because I did not school in this part of the world.

“I broke protocols and bent rules because such is allowed to get to wherever you want to get to. “I came here with a mandate to make Imo better. I came to practice an unusual style and I apologize for my style of getting to where I want. “My crazy system has worked for me, it has produced results.”

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