Connect with us

News

Police Accused Me of Sponsoring Insecurity in Imo – Uche Nwosu

Published

on

images 24
Rochas Okorocha’s son-in-law, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu has narrated his ordeal in the hand of police who arrested him.

The 2019 governorship candidate of Action Alliance, AA, who is also the son-in-law of a former governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha, accused incumbent governor of the state, Hope Uzodimma of sanctioning his arrest.

He advised Uzodinma to eschew bitterness and concentrate on governance than politics.

Nwosu stated this while briefing journalists on Tuesday in Owerri, Imo State.

According to him: “when they drove off, they started calling in Hausa and unknown to them I understand Hausa. They were telling one Shaba, who is the Chief Security Officer that they have got me. At Umuaka, they stopped and ordered that I should get down. At that point, I thought they were to assassinate me. They bundled me into another vehicle and they drove off.”

Advertisement

Also Read: Uche Nwosu: Okorocha Issues 24 Hours Ultimatum To Police

”When we got to Owerri, three other vehicles drove straight to the government house and the one carrying me drove towards Okigwe Road, and I asked them where they were taking me to but they never responded to me. They drove towards Okigwe and stopped. At this point, I thought they wanted to assassinate me. They asked me to remove my cloth, handcuffed me, snapped me, made a video, and sent it to the governor’s CSO.

“We continued until we got to Enugu airport. We waited for about 90 minutes before a chartered flight arrived. We boarded and we landed in Abuja. We moved to force headquarters and we did interviews. They accused me of sponsoring insecurity in Imo State. I want to thank the IGP who intervened and ordered my release.”

Get latest news updates on Twitter and Telegram

Advertisement

wp 16383651986032737371026664246180

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Advertisement