Condemning the killings, he said those compelling residents to comply with the suspended exercise should not be pitied if apprehended.
On Tuesday, Oguwike Nwachuku, the Chief Press Secretary to Imo State governor named Mr Okorocha and his son-in-law Uche Nwosu of sponsoring kidnappings and banditry in the state.
He denied social media reports of him refusing to honour police invitations and challenging anyone to publish the letter where he acknowledged receiving the invitations.
He is the son-in-law of Rochas Okorocha, a former governor of the state and Senator representing Imo West at the Nigerian Senate.
The national daily, quoting sources at the government house, reported that the senator visited alongside Obingwa political stakeholders.
An examination of Okereke’s attendance records showed that he had only attended plenary 43 times since the inauguration of the Ninth Assembly.
George Moghalu, an aspirant of the party, had approached the court alleging that the opposition party in the state failed to conduct a valid primary election, a submission the court agreed with.