Saturday, 21 March 2015

Again, Gov. Okorocha Violates Court Ruling, Dethrowns monarch Over Political Reason



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Following the sack of the Chairman, Imo State Council Traditional Rulers, HRH, Eze Samuel Agunwa Ohiri (Eze Imo) by the Supreme Court of Nigeria and re-instatement of HRH, Eze Cletus Ilomuanya as the authentic chairman, the security agencies have since taken over the office preventing the latter from entrance.

The melodrama has continued since the incumbent Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha came in and sacked the former Chairman of the Council, HRH, Eze Ilomuanya. The sacked Traditional Ruler who felt that his tenure has not ended, headed for the court, challenging the decision of the Governor.

However, the court has continued to say that the tenure of the Traditional Ruler has not ended, that the Governor should allow the former traditional ruler to finish out his tenure. The Governor has been appealing the jugdement, until this time, when the Supreme Court ruled that Eze Ohiri should vacate the office for Ilomuanya.

It would be recalled that in a bid to further confirm that HRH, Eze Ilomuanya has been removed as the chairman of Imo State Council of Traditional Rulers, the state government selected a new monarch for Obinugwu Autonomous Community from Ilomuanya comes from and gave him staff of office and recognition. 

The Governor also called on the Federal Government to sack Eze Ilomuanya as the Chairman, Southeast Council of Traditional Rulers since according to the Governor he was no longer a Traditional Ruler.

However, the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has said that Eze Ilomuanya cannot continue to be the Eze Imo as according to him, he has no respect for constituted authority.
 
Eze Ohiri                       Eze Ilomuanya

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