Gov. Rochas Okorocha’s 1Billion Naira Mansion, Estate & Ranch In Owerri Imo State That Shocked Buhari [PHOTOS]


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May 17, 2015 – Governor Rochas Okorocha’s 1Billion Naira Mansion, Estate & Ranch In Owerri Imo State That Shocked Buhari [PICTURES]

Check out these exterior photos of a gigantic mansion and other properties owned by the present Governor of Imo State that left Buhari speechless recently.

Fillers in Imo state alleged that the governor spent a whopping one billion Naira to complete the mansion.

Back in April, Buhari paid a ‘Thank You’ visit to the governor in Imo state.

Okorocha who personally received Buhari at the airport on April 7th drove General Buhari to his palatable mansion located in his hometown of Umuodu Mbieri in Mbaitolli LGA of Imo State.

On arrival, a shocked Buhari was said to have asked his host  “is this the Government House”?

An excited Okorocha, beaming with smiles, according to a source who was on the entourage, was said to have responded, “no, this is my house.”

Okorocha’s response according to the source who does not want to be named, immediately brought a mean smile from the retired General who said, “kai, you are a criminal.

His response elicited laughter among the officials who were present at the time but a source close to the retired General said he wouldn’t want to be associated with such opulence in his administration.

“This is something GMB does not want. He has openly and secretly told some APC members that he will personally deal with any member of the Party who lives above his means and he is serious about it.” – the source said

Okorocha was said to have finished the mansion which has a big estate and a ranch within 3 years of taking office.

The project built on a 10-hectare land was constructed by a Lebanese construction company.

See photos below:

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Now check out photos of Buhari’s modest home in Daura area of Katsina state

Buhari is a very modest man, may God give him the wisdom needed to bring development to Nigeria.