Okorocha and Uzodinma can never trust each other, reconciliation unrealistic, lawyer insist

Obidike Nwagwu Esq, an Owerri based legal practitioner, have dismissed any likelihood of reconciliation, between Senator Hope Uzodinma and former governor of Imo State, and Senator representing Orlu zone, Senator Rochas Okorocha.

Okorocha’s son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, in a recent interview, claimed that Okororcha was willing to mend fences with Uzodinma.

The two political heavyweights, have been embroiled in fierce political battle, from who leads the party in the state, to the recovery of government property, allegedly illegally converted to private ownership, by Okororcha and his family members.

Reacting, Nwagwu Esq insisted that such a reconciliation could not take place, as both men can never trust each other again.

“Do you think Okororcha can ever trust Hope Uzodinma again?” Nwagwu asked Verbatim New Correspondent Mercy Anaele when she met up with him in Owerri. “It cannot work. Uche Nwosu stated it that Okororcha gave Uzodinma full support and it’s true. He backed Uzodinma fully, hoping to be protected by Uzodinma, but Uzodinma had shown him that he must face the consequences of his actions.

“What Uzodinma have done to Okorocha, Mark my words, Okorocha too cannot forgive. Imagine getting him arrested and parading him like a common criminal, and you expect Okororcha to be genuine about reconciliation? Let them tell us another story. Uzodinma sef is not stupid. He knows there can be no reconciliation between them, and bringing Okororcha close, is opening himself up for a double cross.

“Okororcha have become best buddies with Gov. Nyseom Wike. I saw them dancing together in a video the other day. His best bet right now is PDP. There he might get some mercy, but Mark my words, with the way Uzodinma is going about this whole recovery business, if he can get prison sentence against Okororcha, he would not fail to use it.”

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