2019 Presidency: Group stages rally in Warri for Governor Okorocha

*Vows to take campaign to other states


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2019 Presidency: Group stages rally in Warri for Governor Okorocha
Some members of Intelligent Movement Forum for Rochas, IMFR led by its President, Olodia Orevaoghene (right) marching through Igbudu Market, Warri

As the political intrigues develop ahead of the 2019 Presidential election, a new group, Intelligent Movement Forum for Rochas, IMFR which has over 5,000 members on Wednesday February 14, staged a rally across major streets in the Oil City of Warri, Delta State, calling on the Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha to run for the 2019 Presidency.

Our Correspondent reports that members of IMFR led by its President, Olodia Orevaoghene marched round major streets of Warri such as Odibo, Deco, Hausa Quarters, Warri Sapele Road, Okere Road, Ginuwa and Ometan, singing as well as dancing in solidarity for the Imo State Governor who has publicly declared that only President Buhari’s return bid in 2019 could delay his presidential ambition.

President of Intelligent Movement Forum for Rochas, Olodia Orevaoghene who addressed newsmen shortly after the 2-hour rally, vowed that the campaign will be extended to other parts of the country, starting from neighbouring Edo, Bayelsa and Anambra states.

While stressing that the group will extend its dragnet to co-opt more members, Orevaoghene noted that his vision for Rochas’ presidency was nurtured couple of years ago as a result of the vibrancy, intelligence and young age of the two-time Imo State Governor.

 

Some members of Intelligent Movement Forum for Rochas, IMFR marching towards Mcdermott Junction, Warri Sapele Road during the rally

 

 


Josephine Ojevwe Ughweri
Confidential Secretary/Librarian cum OIl and Gas Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper. I am a graduate of Library and Information Science, while I have undergone training in Advance Writing and Reportorial Skills.
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