As a governor, Rochas Okorocha presided over the affairs of Imo State as an Emperor and his words were law for eight years.

But as at today, he seems to have found himself in a strange situation, especially as some facts have shown that he never planned for his exit.

However, Okorocha, the Senator representing Imo West, is now truly facing the reality of his life.

it is an irony that a man who during his eight years in power disobeyed virtually all the Court orders against him, thereby rubbishing the Judiciary, would run to the same judiciary  to seek protection.

Okorocha has just gone to the Federal High Court, Lagos division, asking it for a perpetual injunction  to restrain the Imo State Government, or its agents, from arresting, detaining, harassing, or acting in anyway which could infringe on his rights.

This is sequel to a Citizen’s arrest order placed on him by the Imo State government, anytime he steps into the state.

The order was given after members of a Committee, set up by Government to recover government properties, allegedly, looted by him, were attacked by alleged thugs when they stormed his house for such recoveries. Its Chairman, Jasper Ndubuaku, was stripped, pushed into the gutter, and beaten to a pulp.

The alleged thugs were, allegedly,  quartered at Okorocha’s Spibat residence, from where they trooped out to pounce on Ndubuaku. This was a few days after the former governor, while addressing his supporters in Owerri, ordered them to treat anybody who dared visit for the recovery of alleged looted properties, like an armed robber. They, apparently, obeyed him.

The suit which was filed by Okorocha’s Counsel, Alaezi Nmezi, seeks to declare the government’s  order for his arrest, illegal, unlawful, unconstitutional, and a breach of his fundamental human rights.

Listed as defendants in the suit are: The Imo State government, the Attorney General of the state, the Secretary to the IMSG, and the Chairman of the Property Recovery Committee.

Recall that Okorocha in spite of his actions of disobeying the courts when he was a governor, has of recent been relying on the same Judiciary to his advantage. Among which include the retrieve of his seized certificate of return from INEC.