Okorocha and the proverbial house fly

Okorocha and the proverbial house fly

Our forefathers may not have had the opportunity of embracing the Western style of education, but they had a lot of wisdom! Please, take time and ruminate over the Igbo saying that “a recalcitrant house fly is often buried with the corpse “, or “if the ear refuses to hear, when the head is cut

Our forefathers may not have had the opportunity of embracing the Western style of education, but they had a lot of wisdom!
Please, take time and ruminate over the Igbo saying that “a recalcitrant house fly is often buried with the corpse “, or “if the ear refuses to hear, when the head is cut off, it goes with the head”.
All of them depict wisdom. They remain true and relevant today as they were, when the words of wisdom were coined centuries ago!

Governor Rochas Okorocha, no doubt, came into office through the collective will of the people. He became idol of commercial tricycle operators, artisans and even pastors.
Okorocha branded the tricycle operators as “Imo Rescue Pilots” and the pastors, “Rescue Missionaries”. He had baptismal names for other groups. Again, at inception, he would break protocol and stop along any street in Owerri, to buy “akara” or roasted corn! For the citizenry, “this governor is not like the previous ones”.
Okorocha turned the distribution of kerosene at the Dan Anyiam Stadium Complex, Owerri, and the payment of pensioners, a huge funfair!

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