The movement, which was moved by the member representing Aboh Mbaise Native Authorities Space, Eddy Obinna, was supported by majority of the Home members.
The movement additionally urged the governor to arrange a committee to probe the monetary involvement within the stated college by whoever claims to be the proprietor.
The Speaker, Chiji Collins, who put the query to the vote, obtained solutions within the affirmative.
Nevertheless, a few of the members stated they weren’t towards the movement, however referred to as on their fellow members to consider Okorocha’s free training programme.
However in response to the mover of the movement, Obinna, “considering the huge amount of money expended on building the university, it is important to investigate its real owner. At the end of the investigation, if it is established that it was built with Imo State funds, it should be returned to Imo State government.”
Supporting the movement, the member representing Ihitte Uboama state constituency, Michael Njoku, stated: “A lot is predicted from us. Imolites believe in us to present them good governance.
“Imo property could have been stolen. Please, Mr. Speaker, I would like you to arrange a committee to analyze the college.”
Nevertheless, member representing Isu state constituency, Ngozi Obiefule (AA) stated: ”I wouldn’t have points with organising a committee to analyze the bogus claims concerning the college.
“The former governor has done so well in the name of free education and I know that this university is one of his properties. I think the governor should concentrate and move the state forward and not be distracted with so many of these things.”