Archbishop Chukwuma Attacks Okorocha Over Comment on Ekweremadu, Says Igbos May Disown Him

The Archbishop of Enugu Province, Anglican Communion, Most Rev Emmanuel Chukwuma on Thursday criticised the Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha over his persistent attacks on the Deputy Senate President, Chief Ike Ekweremadu. Rev. Chukwuma made this statement when group of protesting Nigerian students under the aegis of National Association Nigerian Students, NANS, paid him a visit in his Enugu residence.

According to Daily Post, the cleric criticised Governor Okorocha over his consistent assaults on Ekweremadu and called on the Governor to tender his unreserved apologise to this worthy son of Igbo land or face rejection from the region. 

Chukwuma noted that the person who is going to the Senate under APC is a first timer, whether Okorocha likes it or not, he is going to pay homage to Senator Ekweremadu. 

He further queries, how can you Okorocha who is sponsoring one person for the first time, be threatening to remove Ike Ekweremadu? It is not possible says the cleric. 

Chukwuma called on Governor Okorocha to apologise to DSP Ike Ekweremadu. You should know that you are either an Igbo man or a bastard Igbo, says the cleric.

Okorocha is a bastard Igbo if he fails to apologise to Ekweremadu. We the Igbos are willing to disown him because he is not on the same page with us.


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