Okorocha Set To Unveil Liberian President Statue Today

Okorocha Set To Unveil Liberian President Statue Today

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Added by November 9, 2017

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state is reportedly set to unveil a statue of Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, in the state capital, Owerri.

It was gathered that Sirleaf will be in the state on Thursday and will be at the Rochas Foundation College of Africa where she will meet with the Students, and have a special interaction with the Liberian Students.

However, according to a Twitter user with the handle @116Olivia, who claimed to have went to the site, there are about eight more statues yet to be unveiled.

It was gathered that the statue is fully ready to be commissioned upon her arrival in Imo on Thursday.

In addition, the first African female President will get a traditional title as well as a street named after her.

Okorocha had last month unveiled a statue of South African President, Jacob Zuma, when he visited Nigeria, sparking public outrage.

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