Imo State governor, Emeka Ihedioha, has announced plan to move against ex-Governor Rochas Okorocha, and others he said were still holding public properties.
Ihedioha said he would write to the security agencies to recover all Imo government belongings.
He spoke on Wednesday at a retreat for the incoming House of Assembly members, Vanguard reports.
“I will formally write to the security agencies about the persons who think they can plunder the state resources.
“I said this and I will do it. It is worrisome the kind of things we see in our dear state. I just need to have a hand-over note.
“Hand over note is very important because I need to also account for the resources of whatever money I expended to the person coming after me.
“We will criminalize anybody who takes the property of the state.”
Ihedioha also warned the members-elect that his government would not tolerate creation of new autonomous communities
On the speaker-ship race, Ihedioha said:
“While you aspire to be the Speaker of the House, you have a lot of work to do because from the executive, we will be firing a lot of bills. So, whoever that will be a House Leader must do a lot of work”.