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More Trouble for Uche Nwosu as Imolites demand answers into missing bailout funds

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More trouble seem to be coming for Uche Nwosu, the son-in-law of former governor of Imo State, and Senator representing Orlu zone, Senator Rochas Okorocha, following calls by Imolites on Social media, for an investigation into the alleged missing bailout funds, released to Imo State during the Rochas Okorocha administration.

Nwosu, who’s Westbrook Hotel, along with his other landholdings in Imo State, have been marked for recovery by the Hope Uzodinma led Government, following the report of the Judicial Panel of Enquiry, on Lands use in Imo State, came under fire recently, when he publicised the N1million, he gave to an amputee Street hawker in Lagos.

The former Director of New Media, of the Imo State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, Mr. Ambrose Nwaogwugwu, was the first to bring up the bailout fund matter, in a post he published on his Facebook handle.

This was followed by many other Imolites, demanding answers into what happened to the alleged missing money.

A local publisher, Nwadike Precious, who publishes the WatchDog Newspaper in Imo State, had sometime in 2015, had accused Uche Nwosu of keeping part of the money in his house, which was allegedly stolen by some members of his staff.

Uche Nwosu would drag Nwadike to court over the matter, but will drop the charges against the publisher, sometime in 2019.

Imolites, not satisfied with the outcome of the matter, have recently started questioning the whereabouts of the money, with a Facebooker with handle Kwin Cleopatra, questioning the death of the Investigating Police Officer (IPO) of the matter, CSP John Ezeji in rather suspicious manner.

With the arrest, yesterday, of his father-in-law, Rochas Okorocha, by the EFCC, the call to investigate Uche Nwosu may gain momentum in days to come, as Imo people demand accountability for Rochas Okorocha’s eight years in office.

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