Okorocha offers employment to three children of deceased aide, Chief Nwokorobia

Governor Rochas Okorocha consoling the daughter and the wife, Mrs Kate, of his deceased aide at the burial at Ugbele, Njaba LGA, weekend.

The body of late Chief Cyril Nwokorobia was weekend, interred in his hometown, Ugbele, in Njaba LGA. Until his death, he was the Chairman of Land Allocation Committee.

At the burial, Governor Okorocha announced automatic employment in the Ministry of Justice for the two Children of the late Nwokorobia who are all Law graduates. And also announced that one of the daughters of the man already working at the Imo State Oil Producing Area Development Commission (ISOPADEC) be confirmed and promoted.

In addition, Governor Okorocha announced that the road built by his administration which passed in front of the house of the late Nwokorobia and a big roundabout at Umuaka also constructed by his administration have been named after him, describing the deceased as a dedicated member of the Rescue Mission family.

He also directed the Chief of Staff, Uche Nwosu to get a land in Owerri and build a house for the family, stressing that all he had done was to reward dedication and steadfastness.

He said “I have lost a great friend who believed and died for the course of the Rescue Mission. Chief Nwokorobia was a good and wonderful man who worked for the development of his area and society at large. He would be greatly missed as he was part of the conquering apostles of the Rescue Mission and his death would not separate him from the family as the relationship would be sustained”.

Governor Okorocha congratulates wife as she completes doctorate degree programme

Imo First Lady, Dr. Nkechinyere Okorocha (m) flanked by Hon. Mrs Ogechi Ololo (1st right) and other government functionaries during the celebration of the First Lady’s successful completion of Doctorate Degree.

Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has congratulated his wife and first lady of the state, Nneoma Nkechi Okorocha for the successful defence of her THESIS for the Award of Doctorate Degree (PHD) of the Imo State University.

The governor said, with this academic feat achieved by the first Lady of the State, he has no option than to give God the glory for making his governorship to be a blessing both on the side of the State and her people and on the side of his family.

His Excellency remarked that the exciting story of the amazing achievements of his administration in the State in less than six years would be incomplete without the seeming contributions of the first lady especially through her Pet Initiatives like She Needs A Roof Programme (SNARP) under which she has built houses for indigent women across the State and the Women of Divine Destiny Initiative (WODDI) through which she has brought women in the State closer to God.

The governor described the wife’s successful completion of her Ph.D Programme as inspirational and urged her to continue the good work.