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HOPISM is a populist ideology driving ORG "THE SHARED PROSPERITY VISION of His Excellency, Senator Hope Uzodinma administration anchored in the 3Rs actualisation framework (RECOVERY, REHABILITATION and RECONSTRUCTION).

HOPISM ORGANISATION is a populist ideological cum political movement to reach out to the people of Imo State for the Sharing of the IMO STATE Prosperity vision based on Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction.


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Nd’Imo ndi nwem, I greet you all. It gives me great pleasure to address you today. A few days ago, precisely on Wednesday January 15, it pleased God Almighty for me to be sworn in as the duly elected governor of our dear state, following the historic judgment of the Supreme Court the previous day. I recall that on that event a large, enthusiastic crowd of our people thronged the airport and the swearing-in venue, Hero’s Square, to welcome me and to witness the ceremony. That was a clear indication that Ndi Imo joyfully welcomed my final emergence as the governor of the state. I recall too that an unprecedented large crowd of our people enthusiastically received me on November 15, 2018...

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According to a report by Punch Metro, the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has sought a refund of over N32billion his predecessors spent on Federal Government’s projects, especially on roads in the state. Uzodinma paid a visit to the President Muhammadu Buhari, on Thursday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. Speaking with State House correspondents after the meeting, he said he raised the issue with Buhari because Imo was ‘financially distressed’. He said, “About N32bn that was spent on federal roads in the past…Imo is financially distressed.” Uzodinma’s immediate predecessor, Mr Emeka Ihedioha, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, is contesting the Supreme Court judgment...

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  1. Are you from Imo State.?
  2. Are you 18 years and above.?
  3. Do you believe that Imo belongs to all of us.?
  4. Do you believe in shared Prosperity.?
  5. Do you believe that knowledge is power.?
  6. Are you in need of Empowerment.?
  7. Are you gifted in your field but looking for Opportunity to impact positively.?
  8. Do you want your Hope secured in IMO STATE.?
  9. Do you want to be part of this progressive Government.?
  10. Do you want to benefit from Government Opportunities.?
  11. Do you believe in Wealth creation and Poverty Alleviation.?
  12. Do you want to resolve most pressing needs of your community.?
  13. Do you want to be part of those disseminating government policies and other good news to the hinterland.?
If your answer to any of the above is a YES, then you need to Join our Hopism group WHERE GOVERNANCE MEETS THE PEOPLE.

(HOPE is for IMO, IMO is for HOPE in this journey of shared Prosperity)

Sen. Hope Uzodinma
On 14 January 2020, the Supreme Court in Nigeria declared Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winner of Imo state 2019 governorship poll nullifying the election of Emeka Ihedioha.

The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja presided over the National Executive Council [NEC] meeting. The meeting is the first NEC for the year and the first for the newly sworn-in Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma. Uzodinma, the newest member of the council, was the cynosure as he exchanged banters with other governors. Nigeria’s constitution provided that the vice president should be the chairman of NEC.

A warm reception by Gov Hope Uzodinma

Imo: I Never Said I’ll Probe My Predecessors, Says Gov Uzodinma

Senator Hope Uzodinma, on Tuesday, January 14, emerged as the governor of Imo State. The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Tanko Mohammed, led a seven-man panel of the Supreme Court that sacked Emeka Ihedioha and declared Uzodinma as governor. Uzodinma, the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), had finished in fourth place in the March 9 governorship election in Imo State. In the results declared by INEC, Ihedioha came first, followed by Uche Nwosu of the Action Alliance (AA) and Ifeanyi Ararume of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). Apart from becoming governor after only finishing fourth, below are some other interesting things about how the former senator rode to the exalted position he now occupies. Defection from PDP In April 2018, Uzodinma, a two-time senator who represented Imo West on the platform of the PDP dumped the opposition party for the APC. His defection came months after rumours of his intention to defect to the ruling party. Hijack of APC structure After officially joining the APC in April 2018, by May, Uzodinma had apparently taken control of the party structure in the state. Just less than two months of his defection, he rattled the then governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, when members of the party loyal to him emerged as winners of the ward and local government congresses in the state.

Governor of Imo State
Senator Hope Uzodinma Wednesday assured workers of his resolve to reposition the Civil Service for optimal productivity, saying his administration is ready for the new minimum wage, staff training and provision of housing for Imo workers. In his first address to Civil Servants, after inspecting facilities at the State Secretariat, the Governor harped on the need to return joy and confidence to the Civil Service. According to him, “Civil Service is like engine of government and for a long time, government was removed from the service. I have come to return government back to you. If we don’t get the Civil Service right, get the required motivation, provide job security and satisfaction, it means that the engine of government is broken down. I have come to give you hope, just know that the old order is gone and I have come with a new order.” Uzodinma, who expressed disaffection over the deplorable state of some of the facilities at the Secretariat, promised that water will be restored within the next few weeks; electricity reconnected to disconnected areas next month and engineers to be sent to assess damages in the buildings for immediate rehabilitation. The Governor assured that he will make payment of salaries a priority: “I have arranged with the banks, whether FAAC comes or not on or before 25th of every month, your salaries will be paid in full. Under no condition should you be paid anything less than your 100% salaries.”

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