As Imolites wait patiently for the Supreme Court ruling on the recently concluded governorship election in Imo state, the erstwhile governor, Rochas Okorocha, has perfected plans with Senator Godwin Ifeanyi Araraume who contested the election on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance(APGA) ahead of expected Supreme Court ruling.
Both Okorocha and Ararume met during the weekend at Ogboko, the home town of the ex- governor who is now the senator representing Imo West senatorial district (Orlu zone) in the National Assembly.
Okorocha reportedly had a fruitful peace pact with Araraume who was an All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant before he moved to APGA, where he picked the party’s ticket.
Findings have revealed that the duo haven’t been comfortable with Governor Ihedioha since he took over.
Araraume himself, being an APC stalwart before now would definitely rejoin the central ruling party if given the nod by the Supreme Court.
Araraume who came third in the election is seeking for the outright cancellation of the election because he believed that the figures gotten by Ihedioha and Uche Nwosu who came above him were falsified.