Rochas hasn’t adopted any aspirant for November 2023 Imo Guber poll
For some time now, the story has been trending, especially, on social media platforms, that, the former governor of lmo state and Senator Representing lmo West senatorial District, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has adopted a particular aspirant, in one of the Political Parties, for the November 2023, governorship election in the State.
Some inexperienced “media” aides of some other aspirants, have continued to leverage on this story of adoption, to pinch the Distinguished Senator, without finding out whether the adoption story, was real or otherwise.
The real story is that Okorocha has not, in any way, adopted any gubernatorial aspirant in the State, as we write or speak, for the November 2023 election.
However, if by “tomorrow or next”, the need arises or it becomes necessary or imperative that he should act or speak, on the November election or at those involved, as the case may be, he would not hesitate to do so. And that would equally be in the overall interest of the State and her people.
That would also be in the open or would be made public and would, obviously, not be a matter of speculation or hearsay.
In other words, the public should disregard or jettison the adoption tale. It’s a moonlight tale.
And for some of the aspirants, allowing their ” media” aides to be hiding under the false adoption story to be attacking Okorocha, our candid advice is that, they should not begin “something” they do not have the capacity to do and in which, they would also be at the receiving end, in the final count.
Special Adviser on media, to the former governor of lmo state and Senator Representing lmo West senatorial District.
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