A former Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has been released from the custody of the state’s Police Command.
Spokesperson of the command, Orlando Ikeokwu on Monday, February 22 disclosed this during Channels Television’s programme, Sunrise Daily.
Goldennationblog.com gathered that Okorocha was arrested after he broke into an estate belonging to his wife which was sealed by the state government.
The Imo West Senator while speaking on his arrest had accused the state Governor, Hope Uzodinma of ordering his arrest.
However, the state police spokesman said Okorocha was released on Sunday night.
Ikeokwu also hinted on the possibility of prosecuting Okorocha if found guilty.
He explained that the former governor was only, “invited” for “questioning” over the unsealing of the Spring Palm Estate.
“He was released later at night. If anybody is found culpable, definitely, he will be charged to court.
“If investigation proves that he (Okorocha) has committed an offence, he will be charged to court,” he said.
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