The IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has alleged that Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha was engaged in homosexual activities with former Military Head of State, Ibrahim Badamosi Babagida, IBB, and business mogul, T.Y. Danjuma.
Kanu revealed that Okorocha’s biological father was an Hausa man and not Igbo,that the said biological father introduced the governor to Danjuma, who later introduced him to Babangida, the “circle of homosexuals.”
He said, “This man that is the governor of Imo State Rochas Okorocha sleeps with Hausa men. If you doubt me ask him if it’s true or false. I have the facts and figures, when we talk it’s like we just want to put him down.
Kanu has challenged Okorocha to prove that he is an Igbo man by submitting himself for DNA test.
The IPOB leader accused Okorocha of once practicing “419,” adding that proceeds of one of such adventures was used in establishing a commercial school in Jos, Plateau State.
He said, “I want to prove to the world that this man ‘OkoroHausa’ is not an Igbo man, he was sent by Hausa people and if you doubt me let’s do a DNA test to prove me wrong, Your mother is Igbo yes, but your father is Hausa. Your mother separated from the man whom you are now answering his name, when she went to Jos.
“Okorocha’s father is an Hausa man, you must understand this very well. This Okorocha did ‘Kabukabu’ in Lagos, he did 419, they invited a white man, collected his money, killed him and used the money to setup a commercial school in Jos. I’m giving you facts.
“Through your biological father who is an Hausa man, you were introduced to T.Y.Danjuma, who is an Hausa man is that correct?
“We are currently working on the identity of the white man so we can inform the British authorities so that whenever you travel to England you will be arrested and we want to let you know that you cannot remain the governor of Imo State.
“It was the money you got from the white man that you used in setting up your first business, a commercial school in Jos, then your biological father took you to T.Y.Danjuma who introduced you to Babangida, the circle of homosexual.
“Rochas Okorocha was born of a woman who was previously married to Urata, but the woman could not conceived any child and then she married a man from Ogboko in Idator South of Imo State where she gave birth to two girls, so Rochas Okorocha has two senior sisters.
“After having the two girls, she left their father and travelled to Plateau State without whom you claim is your father. Is that true or false?
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“Your mother travelled to Jos where she met an Hausa man, that Hausa man got her pregnant and she gave birth to two sons, you are the first and you have another brother. If what I’m saying is wrong please tell those around you.
“If you ask Okorocha’s two elder sisters, they will tell you that their mother left them and travelled to Jos, Plateau State and they were not with the father. After a while Okorocha came back and the mother reconciled with the father that gave birth to the two girls and that was where he got his name from.”He added”
Source: Daily post