Okorocha: Panel says ex-governor diverted N6bn meant for Imo communities
A panel set up by the Imo government claims Rochas Okorocha, former governor of the state, diverted N6 billion – The panel lists some other findings in a report it presented to Governor Emeka Ihedioha – Romanus Ezeogu, chairman of the panel, says another N1 billion was discovered lodged in a bank There seems to be a fresh trouble for the immediate past governor of Imo, Rochas Okorocha, as he has been indicted by a panel which says he diverted N6 billion.
The fund, according to the panel, was meant for the Imo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (ISOPADEC) and could not be accounted for.
Daily Sun reports that Romanus Ezeogu, who chaired the panel, submitted the report to Governor Emeka Ihedioha on Wednesday, January 8. The panel claimed Okorocha diverted N6 billion meant for ISOPADEC Source: Twitter “The panel findings on finance and ‘Monterey Bay’ transactions in the commission showed that ex-governor Okorocha had administered the accounts of the commission as a slush fund as over N6,044,774,341.37 could not be accounted for,” Ezeogu said.