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A Chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Dr. Aaron Awuzie, has said that there is no love lost between the Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha and the Minister of state for education, Prof. Anthony Anwuka.

A session of the media in the state had reported that the Governor and the Minister who are inlaws were reportedly on war paths over who becomes the representative of the state in Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC.

But speaking to newsmen in Owerri, the State Capital, the APC top notcher stated that the relationship between Okorocha and Anwuka was cardinal and intact.

Dr. Awuzie maintained that the due of Okorocha, and Anwuka, had no soared relationship existing between them as being speculated in some quarters.

The politician averred that Okorocha and Anwuka who are two political gladiators were very mature and had worked closely in rescue mission campaign which produced an All Progressives Grand Alliance governor in 2011.

He maintained that apart from the high sense of maturity, political conviviality and interest that exist between Okorocha and Anwuka, the two politicians were inlaws, adding that the alleged political interest cannot set them on war parts.

Dr. Awuzie recalled that while Prof. Anwuka was instrumental to the emergence of Okorocha as governor in 2011,  Okorocha reciprocated by nominating him as a minister in 2015.

He alleged that the speculation about the non existent fued  between Okorocha and Anwuka emanated from the quarters of those who feed fat in political crisis.

“How can people allege that the governor and the minister who are inlaws and political Comrades are at war path? It is impossible because the duo are mature and understand each other perfectly. People should stop inciting problems where non exist.” He warned.

Imo State is yet to have a representative at the NDDC, after four months the commission was set up, the development is what is currently tearing the leaders of the oil producing LGAs of the state apart.

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