Imo State Governor-elect, Emeka Ihedioha has revealed that his wish is that his inauguration would not attract fanfare.
He said with the work that is before him in Imo State means he did not need a fancy inauguration.
He also accused the outgoing governor, Rochas Okorocha, of ruining the state.
He said Imo State indigenes are presently expecting a new government.
His words, “We intend to take off with an interdenominational church service, inaugural lecture and sundry activities specifically designed, taking into consideration the sorry state of affairs of the state and the need to reflect the realities on the ground in Imo today.
“We want a sombre ceremony devoid of the usual pomp heralding a new administration.
“Of course, the PDP and Imo people are entitled to a little celebration of a hard-won victory. A victory heralded as a liberation of the state from the shackles of bad governance, maladministration, destruction of the structures and institutions of representative government, nepotism, and absolute lack of due process in the way governmental business is conducted.
“We must however not celebrate too much but get ready for the great and difficult task ahead. Imo State is in a hurry to recover.”