Asset Recovery: Ihedioha’s Taskforce Raids Okorocha’s Daughter’s Shopping Complex
The taskforce created by the governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha, Committee on Recovery of Movable Assets of Government established to recover assets stolen by the former governor, Rochas Okorocha, and his cohorts has, Thursday night, invaded a shopping mall, House of Freeda, reportedly owned by Okorocha’s daughter.
The Committee is headed by one Hon Jasper Ndubuaku
Members of the panle include Ken Anaeme, Casmir Okoroafor, Reginald Udenze, Hon. Ernest Njesi, Chika Odionyenma, Charles Ejikeme Asomugha and Collins Ezenwa Iloh.
The Committee, ElombahNews gathered, invaded the shopping mall in search of government property and carted away property and merchandise believed to belong to the state government.
During the raid, several workers in the complex were severely wounded.
According to ElombahNews, on June 18, Governor Ihedioha had set up the Committee to recover assets stolen by the former governor, Rochas Okorocha, and his cohorts.
According to eyewitnesses, the taskforce, aided by armed Policemen forced their way into the complex and started carting away electronic appliances and other items displayed for sale.
Reports show that the tough-talking group also made away with some cash, while one of the vehicles belonging to Reach FM, a radio station suspected to be owned by a member of the Okorocha’s family was impounded.
It could be recalled that the Committee had alleged, during a press conference on Wednesday, that the former governor and his family made away with 67 vehicles belonging to the state government.