A cleric in Imo State, Bishop Uzoma Emmanuel has accused the Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma of having no regard to the suffering of Imo people.
The Bishop also flayed the procurement of vehicles for political appointees and civil servants by the governor, describing the action to have exposed the government’s insensitivity to the plight of the citizens.
Bishop Uzoma, who is the prelate of Christ Victorious Alive Revival Mission and Rector Alive Theological Seminary, Owerri made the remark in a statement at the weekend.
According to him, Gov. Uzodimma should have cleared backlog of arrears of salaries and pensions being owed by his government instead of engaging in the extravagant expenditure of purchasing cars for appointees of his government.
The cleric advised Governor Uzodinma to borrow a leaf from his colleague’s infrastructural developments in Ebonyi State, saying the State governor, David Umahi had surpassed his contemporaries in the country.