Governor Okorocha to ban keke in Owerri, gives operators new taxis

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo is set to ban use of keke in the state capital, Owerri.

In a Facebook post shared by one Ifeanyci Njoku on Wednesday, August 30, it was noted that the governor gave out new taxis to the keke operators.

In the pictures shared alongside the post, the keke operators could be seen rejoicing and applauding the governor for the good gesture.

The keke operators celebrating over the new taxis they were allocated by Governor Okorocha. Credit: Facebook

Read the post bellow
"Today at Heros' Square, Owerri the Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha addressed Keke Operators otherwise nicknamed Imo Pilots who were allocated brand new taxis as the Governor plans to ban Keke Operations in Owerri Capital City in days to come.
The new taxis allocated to Keke operators. Credit: Facebook

"The joyous Imo Pilots were excited and thanked the Governor for his goodwill."

Meanwhile, the Concerned Imo State Leaders (CISL) group on Tuesday, August 29, demanded the immediate resignation of Governor Okorocha for being allegedly incompetent.

The group said Okorocha has “clearly established leadership incompetence and serial blunder on the most elementary duties of governance”.

The Nation reports that the group has asked the House of Assembly to invoke the impeachment clause and unseat the governor immediately.

The group accused the Okorocha administration of conducting a reckless market demolition that led to the deaths of several people, including a 10-year-old boy, Somtochukwu Igboanusi.

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