By Ifeanyi Iheakanwa
The immediate past Secretary to the Government of Imo state, Uche Onyeagocha has urged Uzodinma-led administration not to delay in constituting a probe panel for the N19.63B alleged to have been collected by the former Governor, Emeka Ihedioha.
Onyeagocha gave this charge while speaking on a radio station (Hot FM) today.
The former SGI said that the rebuild Imo government of Emeka Ihedioha is ready to face the probe panel, condemning the idea of the new government resorting to social media and print in an issue that should be taken seriously.
According to him, "the appropriate way of doing this is not to run to the media and make false accusations. There has to be a systematic approach. Senator Hope Uzodinma should publish the report on the audit and streamline it on a month to month basis. Make a separation of Ihedioha's regime from that of Owelle Rochas Okorocha with reference to dates and ascertain whose administration it was before casting aspersions. That's the way every reasonable government should handle issues of public importance."
The former federal lawmaker however described the allegation as baseless and unfounded.
It will be recalled that the state Commissioner for Information, Declan Emelumba, in an interview recently, disclosed that the immediate past government of Emeka Ihedioha allegedly collected the sum of N19.63B from the Local Government Joint Accounts Allocation Committee JAAC and was not accounted for.
This, he said was discovered during a routine audit of Accounts and Records of JAAC with Bureau for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs by the LGA Auditor-General.
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