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Governance Has Collapsed In Imo State, Uzodinma Has Abandoned His Duties – Nwulu

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Governance Has Collapsed In Imo State, Uzodinma Has Abandoned His Duties - Nwulu

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has been accused of abandoning his constitutional duties and making governance suffer in the state.

The allegation was made by the deputy governorship candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in the November 11, Imo state governorship polls, Emeka Nwulu.

According to him, Uzodinma has been out of the state for over thirty days and did not hand over to his deputy, neither is there a functioning state executive council in Imo State.

The former House of Representatives member made the allegation during the weekend.

He said: “The collapse of governance in Imo State is evident in the governor abandoning his duties.

“With the governor missing in action for the past 30 days, the state is left directionless and devoid of leadership.”

“There is no government in Imo State in the past 30 days. And we wonder how the State can function without appointees and the governor absconding from his duties for a long period.

Speaking further, Nwulu accused Uzodinma of running Imo State like an emperor and failing to fulfil his campaign promises to the people of the state.

He added, ”Imo State is being run like someone’s empire. The State is like a vessel without a captain, ”

“At a time when Imo State urgently requires proactive measures to alleviate economic hardship, Governor Uzodimma’s abandonment of his people is deeply troubling,”

“His actions raise doubts about his legitimacy as a leader chosen by the people,” Nwulu submitted.



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