A video in which a suspect alleged that Rochas Okorocha’s son-in-law, Uche Nwosu has been sponsoring attacks in Imo state surfaces after the former Governorship candidate’s arrest in a church in the state on Sunday December 26.
In the video, the suspect who was interrogated while handcuffed, claimed that he has seen Nwosu allegedly giving money to his gang members for an attack in the state.
The suspect who also confirmed that his gang members possess AK-47 rifles, alleged that Nwosu and others threatened to make Imo state ungovernable if he’s unable to clinch the governorship position in 2023. He also alleged that they threatened to make Christmas “uncomfortable” for the government of Imo state.
The suspect who admitted that he never met former Governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha, said they got their directives from one Hon. Kingsley Uju.
He also claimed that Okorocha, Uju and Nwosu settled a conflict between two rival gangs and allegedly brought them together to work for them.
Watch the video below: