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Okorocha arrives NASS complex, denied accreditation

Former Imo state governor, Rochas OKorocha has been denied accreditation at the National Assembly.

 

The 9th Assembly is currently being inaugurated and Okorocha who won the March 9th Imo West Senatorial district in controversial circumstances, had arrived the Assembly complex and expected that he be inaugurated.

 

However, he was denied accreditation and even the clerk of the National Assembly failed to mention his name during the roll call.

 

Recall that four days ago, an FCT High Court ordered that INEC release the Certificate of Return of the former governor after the electoral body held on to it. The resident officer during the election had came out to say he was forced to announce Okorocha the winner of the election

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