Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has been hit by the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) over his alleged move to return to the party.
Chief Victor Oye, National Chairman of the party, said… “I’m a Christian and I’m familiar with the story of the prodigal son who returned to his father after squandering his wealth, but Okorocha’s case is worse than the prodigal son because he is still wallowing in “humongous sins and atrocities.”
“Okorocha has not directly approached me for anything, but he has been making overtures through members of our party in Imo State. But I wish to use this medium to ask him to stop wasting his time because we have no place for him in APGA.”
“Okorocha has been deserted by God and man. He has no credibility, and anytime a leader shows that he has no credibility, that’s the end of that leader.”
“An Igbo proverb says a man who refused to join a ship cannot say he was chased away from the ship. Rochas chased himself away from the APGA ship, and I can tell you that he can never be a member of the party again.”
“He won his governorship seat on the platform of APGA, but he took away our members and our mandate and joined the APC. He started well in Imo, but immediately he left APGA, he lost vision.”
“He is worse than the prodigal son, and that is why we won’t take him back. He is not a sincere person. He is an unrepentant sinner and APGA cannot accommodate such a man. He is only coming to APGA because his APC ship has left him.”