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I Won’t Owe Any Worker As Imo State Governor – Hope Uzodimma

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma

Imo State governor, Hope Uzodimma has come out to say that he will not owe any worker or pensioner in the state or local government civil service their salaries, pensions or entitlements during his tenure as governor.

He recently revealed this during his first Christmas Day Mass at his home Church, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Omuma, in Oru East local government area.

According to him, he has a covenant with God to sincerely serve the people of Imo State, and he plans to remain committed to the promise throughout his tenure.

Uzodimma added that he never ventures into anything without first seeking God’s direction, and this helped him overcome the challenges he faced when he assumed office on January 15, 2020.

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Hope Odidika Uzodinma (born 12 December, 1958) is a Nigerian politician who is currently the Governor of Imo State.

On 14 January 2020, the Supreme Court in Nigeria declared Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winner of the 2019 governorship poll in Imo State nullifying the election of incumbent Emeka Ihedioha.

Hope Uzodinma was born on 12 December 1958 in Omuma to an Igbo Catholic family; his father Chief Michael Uzodinma held the chieftaincy title of Igwe of Ozuh Omuma and his mother was Ezinne Rose Uzodinma (née Nneoha). He is a kinsman of the Okoro family of Etiti-Omuma. Uzodinma is a devout Catholic, and is married to Chioma Uzodinma with seven children.

He had the ceremonial title of Onwa-Netiri Oha of Omuma in Oru local government of Imo State.

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