Gov Uzodinma attacked in Imo State

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, was assaulted Sunday evening.

The occurrence happened at Ohaji territory of the state.

Upon the governor’s arrival at the area, youths of Mmahu community repeatedly shouted “Onye Oshi Vote, Onye Oshi Vote” (meaning “stolen votes” in Igbo language).

They tossed bottles and sticks at the convoy.

Uzodinma’s bulletproof vehicle was harmed.

The representative couldn’t go to the function he went for at Ohaji.

His security details stopped him from alighting from his vehicle due to the tensed atmosphere.

The operatives then made a detour and whisked Uzodinma away to safety.

Then, ​former Imo governor, Emeka Ihedioha of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has spoken on the Supreme Court reaffirmation of Uzodinma as the duly elected governor.

​The apex court, last Tuesday, dismissed Ihedioha’s application which asked it to review its earlier judgment in favour Uzodinma.

Ihedioha, in his response, cited the expressions of the late journalist, Dele Giwa, that “No evil deed will go unpunished”.