Uche Nwosu in trouble, as Hope Uzodinma gets set to move against him

The family of former Governor of Imo State, and Senator representing Orlu zone, Senator Rochas Okorocha may be facing new problems with Senator Hope Uzodinma’s administration, as Uzodinma gets set to move against Uche Nwosu’s WestBrook Hotels.

The decision by the Uzodinma government to move on Uche Nwosu’s hotel, is backed by a report by a Judicial Panel of Enquiry, which amongst other things, listed the hotel for seizure by the Imo State government.

Uche Nwosu was a former commissioner for lands in Imo State, and allegedly amassed a lot of land for himself and his family members.

The 281 page report (attached below) amongst other things, listed Westbrook hotel, as part of the land mapped out for the New Government House, put divided amongst Okorocha’s friends and family members.

The recommendation of the panel, penciled the affected buildings, including Westbrook Hotels for demolition.

Uzodinma had earlier sealed the Royal Spring Palm Hotels, owned by Nkechi Rochas Okorocha, as recommended by the Panel, and is also making arrangements to move against the Rochas Foundation School, and Okorocha’s private residence Spibat, which were also mapped out in the report for demolition or outright takeover by Government.

Uche Nwosu, following the attack on himself, his brother inlaw, Uzoma Anwuka, as well as his father-in-law, Senator Rochas Okorocha, had headed to the Surpeme Court, joining the suit filed by Philip Umeadi SAN, seeking to sack Hope Uzodinma as Imo Governor, basing their argument, on a ruling by the same Supreme Court, that ruled that Uche Nwosu was the candidate of both the APC and AA in the 2019 General elections.

Uzodinma however doesn’t seem bothered by the suit, neither does he seem deterred to recover every state property looted by Okorocha and his family members.

See the report of the Judicial Panel of Enquiry HERE

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