My wife, commissioners gang up against me – Okorocha

My wife, commissioners gang up against me – Okorocha

Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has disclosed that his wife, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha, and members of his cabinet at times ganged up to condemn him.

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Gov. Okorocha made this disclosure while reacting to first lady Aisha Buhari’s controversial comment on President Buhari led-government in the interview she granted BBC Hausa Service.

He said: “I have situations where my wife joins commissioners and my workers to condemn what I do. That does not mean she is fighting me, rather a bridge of peace between me and them.”

Gov. Okorocha who was with President Buhari in Germany spoke further: “ I’d have loved to make further comments if I do not see President Buhari and his wife having nice time … but I’m sure that as we’re hitting our heads with each other on what they’ve said, they’re there having their nice time.”

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