Hoodlums set houses of former Imo Attorney General, lawmaker on fire

Houses belonging to the immediate past Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General of Imo State, C.O.C Akaolisa alongside the member representing Orsu state constituency in Imo House of Assembly, Freedolin Ekene Nnodinmele, have been razed by unidentified hoodlums.

Reports say the arsonists invaded their homes at noon on Wednesday and set the two houses on fire.

This is coming two weeks after houses belonging to the state Commissioner for information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba and the Interim Management Committee chairman of Oru-west LGA, Willie Okoliogwo were razed down by unidentified hoodlums.

Newzandar News gathered that the former Attorney General hails from Awo-Idemili community in Orsu LGA of Imo State.

Akaolisa was among the twenty Commissioners who were sacked recently by the state governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma.

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