A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Alozie Loius representing Imo state government in the suit where an high court in Owerri ordered the final forfeit of properties which belonged to Senator Rochas Okorocha, said the former governor acted as a emperor.
An Imo State High Court sitting in Owerri had on Tuesday ordered final forfeiture of all property of former Governor Rochas Okorocha to the state government.
The presiding judge, Justice Fred Njemanze, who was sitting as a vacation judge, in his judgment, yesterday, said Okorocha failed to give concrete and verifiable reasons why a final and absolute forfeiture order should not be given in favour of the Imo State government.
The judge insisted that Okorocha did not convince the court why the forfeiture should not be made absolute and final.
The forfeited property are contained in Pages 226 to 272 of the Imo State Government White Paper report by a Judicial Commission of Enquiry on Recovery of Lands and other related matters.