Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha yesterday restated that his administration never borrowed money from any bank within or outside the shores of the land.
He gave a seven-day ultimatum to any financial institution with a counterclaim to come up with proofs.
The governor’s explanation came on the heels of a promise by governor-elect Emeka Ihedioha to look into the finances of the state under the watch of Okorocha when he assumed office on May 29.
Okorocha also disclosed that his administration does not owe workers salary arrears, adding that workers’ salaries have been paid up to February. Read more