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SHOCKING: [Photos] See Vandalism Left Behind By Okorocha At Imo Governor’s House |RN

By Ike A. Offor

The new governor of Imo state, H.E. Emeka Ihedioha took some dignitaries, press men and women around the state government house, formally known as Douglas House to show them the extent of unpatriotic vandalism left behind by the former governor, Rochas Okorocha. The site of the sheer vandalism carried out in the state house is mind-boggling that one wonders what is the ethnics for handing over to a new governor in the country.

The governor who took a tour of the entire Douglas House with the press men and women and other state dignitaries, looked very shocked at the state of the buildings and rooms.

Governor Ihedioha touring the Douglas House premises
The ceiling of this room was yanked off and the air conditioner destroyed

The destruction seemed deliberate to make sure that the incoming occupants will have a lot of works to do before settling in. Perhaps, this is a way of telling him that ‘I don’t like you’ kind of expression

Another ceiling seemed peeled and lightings removed
The generators obviously nowhere to be seen except their doors.
Could anyone imagine that this is a toilet in the governor’s house in Douglas House in Owerri?
This air conditioner is completely peeled off as if in an abandoned house.
This is the governor’s office
Tables, chairs and walls are in dilapidated condition.
Filthy broken tables, and very untidy floor with books, spent drugs sachets, books, cream bottles and many other items left on the floor
Gov. Ihedioha shocked by the cracks on the wall and the filthy nature of the entire room
Gov. Ihedioha with a shcoked facial expression and chating with pressmen and women
The ceiling completely dirtyand partly broken and peeled off and the chandelier masked by dust.
Governor Ihedioha touring the Douglas House building
Gov. Ihedioha with his wife and personal security behind him

Looking at this entire photos and the exact state of the buildings and their rooms, one wonders if the former governor and his family actually lived or used these rooms, toilets and other amenties in the entire premises.

Even if they were too rich to have lived somewhere else, why would a former governor hand over such dilapidated house or building to his successor?

This is clearly a deliberate destruction

Does it mean that there are no ethnics on what the state of the building and rooms should be before handing over to the next occupants?

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