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I’m Determined To End Insecurity In Anambra – Soludo

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The Governor of Governor Anambra State, Prof. Charles Soludo has asserted that he’s working hard to address the insecurity situation in the state.

He spoke at a special church service as part of activities to mark this year’s Independence anniversary celebration at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Awka.

The governor said his administration was committed to ensuring security in the state.

According to him, the state government has deployed security personnel to strategic locations across the state, adding that greater efforts are being made to improve intelligence gathering and sharing.

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‘My government is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all. We are working hard to address the security challenges in the state, and we are confident that we will overcome them soon,’ he said.

The governor also cautioned Nigerians to be wary of purveyors of fake news.

Soludo said some people have been taking advantage of the current security situation in Nigeria to spread fake news and misinformation.

Recall that Soludo had over the weekend vowed to clean and rid Upper Iweka, and Onitsha of criminals, touts, and illegal structures.

The Eastern Updates reports that decision was made in response to the existence of a legion of touts (Agberos) who fostered various levels of criminal activity, lawlessness, drug dealing, pickpocketing, robbery, and other vices.

Speaking during an unscheduled visit to the area, Soludo warned jobless youths constituting a nuisance within the vicinity to enroll in the one-youth-two skills to be empowered.

According to the governor, there were strict rules for motor park administrators if they wanted to operate, pointing out that all vehicles must operate within the garages, not loading on the established walkways.

He further warned that any garage that failed to comply with the directive would be locked up, assuring that Upper Iweka would no longer be a den for touts and criminals.

The Eastern Updates

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