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The Man Rochas Anayo Okorocha Governor Rochas Anayo Okorocha is the present governor of Imo State, Nigeria, and has been in the limelight of Nigerian politics for some time now. He seems to be a leader the Imo people and Nigerians as whole need at the moment. Nigeria needs leaders that have vision, charisma, strength, and indomitable will to succeed, leaders who are motivated to action and that can motivate others to embrace hard work. Many Imolites believe that Governor Okorocha, at the age of fifty, as of September 2012, has lived a fulfilled and fulfilling life. The governor’s tremendous rise from abject poverty to a high-rated philanthropist of fame highlights important parts of his story. By touching positively the lives of many young people in Nigerian society through his Rochas Foundation and choosing to be a selfless leader, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has distinguished himself as an exemplary leader who chose to be on the path that intersects those of the people, determined to make their lives brighter. Nigeria needs honest, compassionate, benevolent, detribalized men of vision and strength. One will find all these virtues and many more inhabiting Governor Okorocha. There is no doubt that the present administration in Imo will be adjudged the best in the history of the state as the governor has vowed to make Imo one of the fastest-developing states. He is fulfilling his vow by sustaining the massive infrastructural projects and people-oriented programs embarked upon by his administration. No one may doubt the governor’s words when he insisted, “Today, the bar of governance and leadership in Nigeria has been raised. Men and women who must govern our country or our states must now be men of vision, integrity, and repute. After and when I must have become your governor and left that office, before anybody would be governor again, he has to think twice, because of what I will leave on ground.”

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