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The immediate past governor of Imo State ,Chief Ikedi Ohakim has made it clear that when he went to on "political leave" from Nigeria  politics, he was only on a sabatical journey which would expire any moment from now.  According to him, it was more like a french leave.

Ohakim made this declaration in Obizi Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA while visiting the families of his late friend and associate Pini Jason Onyegbado to present yuletide gift.
The former governor who described his present withdrawal from politics to that of an eagle, declared that at a certain stage, an eagle withdraws into the  mountain top where it goes to pee off its feathers, peak and parts of its body for a fresh life.

Ohakim said that he only went into his cocoon to refresh his mental capacity and observe political happenings from neutral position, equip himself spiritually and study human behaviour better, before resurfacing into the  political waters once more.

Asked when he will return to the political turf, the former governor said that he does not know but whether he would return is a certainty. On PDP interest, Ohakim replied that he cannot say anything about it for now.

On reported links with  APGA, Ohakim said he does not know for now adding that when he gets to the bridge he will know how to go about it.

Ohakim said that he has learnt a lot ever since he took off for sabatical leave as the occasion afforded him the chance to have introspective observation of the  political climate in Nigeria and Imo State in particular.

The former governor said that his teeming followers will know when he has completed his sabatical pointing out that every "leave" has an expiration date  having spent a year on the sideline of Nigeria.

Ohakim in Obizi handed a brand new Kia Made Salon Car to the wife of his late Pini Jason  who was a special adviser to the former governor. He lamented how unfortunate it was for Jason to die without collecting his severance allowance  which  the present government denied his Aides despite court ruling.
He assured the wife of the deceased Mrs Obiageli Onyegbado that severance allowance to her is statutory which shall be paid later when a benevolence leader enters government house Owerri.

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