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Anambra Community Begins Moves To End Cult Killings

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The indigenes of Awka community in Anambra State has resolved to put an end to the protracted leadership crises, youth restiveness and cult-related killings in the state capital with the election of new youth leadership of Awka Development Union Nigeria (ADUN).

Kanayo Nwogbo who is the President-general of ADUN, who spoke preparatory for the election, explained that the community is looking forward to the time when lasting peace would return to foster restoration of lost glory for which Awka community is known.

He made the point that security personnel, including the police, are prepared to guarantee a safe and supportive atmosphere in order to facilitate the free, fair, and credible conduct of the young leadership election.

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Nwogbo, a lawyer, expressed confidence in the Electoral Committee led by James Uzor to live up to expectations, hoping that the emergence of acceptable leaders in the young wing of the Union would also go a long way in checking youth restiveness and cult-related activities in the area.

He sought for support of all and sundry to ensure the Electoral Committee succeeds, adding that a united youth leadership would help provide an enabling environment for Governor Chukwuma Soludo to consolidate on his good work, especially the unprecedented mass attack on roads and other infrastructure in the community, in addition to the appointment of indigenes in positions of authority in his government.

The election, which was moved from Saturday to today, will see the emergence of the Chairman and other executives of ADUN, Youth Wing who should be below 45 years.

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