The lingering impasse between the Governor and his predecessor has generated a lot of headlines in recent times.
It was gathered that the Imo State High Court in Owerri, on Thursday ordered an interim forfeiture of all properties said to be illegally acquired by a former governor of the state.
Rochas Okorocha, while he was in office from 2011 to 2019.
Justice Fred Njemanze gave the order following an application brought by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Louis Alozie on behalf of the state government.
Some of the properties listed in the suit include the Eastern Palm University, Ogboko; the controversial Royal Spring Palm Hotels and Apartments.
IBC staff quarters said to have been illegally acquired for the purpose of Rochas Foundation College, Owerri; Magistrate Quarters among others.
The suit had Senator Okorocha’s wife, Nkechi, incorporated trustees of Rochas Foundation and Senator Okorocha himself as the first, second, and third respondents against the attorney-general of the state.