By ANAYO OKOLI
UMUAHIA—ABIA State governor, Chief Theodore Orji, yesterday challenged the people of the state to find out what he did to his predecessor, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, to warrant opposition against his government.
The governor said he had thoroughly searched his conscience and found out that he had not done anything bad to Kalu from the time he served as his Chief of Staff till the time he left the Progressive Peoples Party, PPA.
Governor Orji, who spoke during an interactive session with journalists in Umuahia, said he did not know what the former governor could point at as one bad thing he did to him since their association began.
The governor said: “I challenge you, some of you are his friend, ask him to tell you what I did to him. Please, ask him to tell you one bad thing he can point at from the time I was Chief of Staff till the time I left PPA, as the wrong I did to him. But I have a litany of the wrongs he did to me.
“I am the only Governor who has been given a query, even on the pages of a newspaper. Let him tell you one bad thing I did to him. Let him tell you, just one bad thing.”