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Nnewi Is The Most Secure Commercial Town In Nigeria – PG

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The President-General of Nzuko Ora (Nnewi Town Union) Chief Atueyi Maduka has asserted that Nnewi, the commercial cum industrial city of Anambra State is the most secure commercial town in Nigeria.

Atueyi, who thanked the security personnel in Anambra, credited Governor Chukwuma Charles Soludo’s security endeavour for the friendliness and safety in Nnewi.

He urged Nigerians to entertain no fears over security in the area as they celebrate Easter, saying that Nnewi is one of the most secure towns in Anambra.

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Atueyi a security and forensic expert said the traditional institution in Nnewi. headed by HRH Igwe Kenneth Orizu 111 were working tirelessly with the state government in securing the town.

Atueyi urged Indigenous and foreign investors to come to Nnewi to do business, stressing that the town is investment friendly.

“Nnewi is one of the most secure towns in Anambra and Nigeria. It is business and investment friendly.  Investors are welcome to do business here. There is no need to  entertain any fears over security because the government security initiative is intensified and working positively“, Atueyi noted.

In another report, the Police Command in Anambra State have announced that it has raided a camp belonging to insurgents in Ogbunka community in Orumba South Local Government Area of the state.

SP Tochukwu Ikenga who is the Spokesperson of the Anambra State Police Command, in a press release said the raid was ordered following constant attacks on police facilities, using improvised explosive devices, IEDs.

He said: “In the hunt for gunmen who attacked two police stations at Awgbu in Orumba North and Neni in Anaocha LGA in the last two weeks, Police-Led Joint Security Force was ordered by the Commissioner of Police CP Aderemi Adeoye to identify and destroy any camp being used by insurgents to launch attacks within the command.

“Yesterday, Friday, 29th March, 2024 The Joint Security Force raided the forests of Ogbunka in Orumba South LGA and found scattered camps of the insurgents. The cowardly criminals fled in the face of the onslaught.

“Six Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) already primed for attacks and two Walkie-Talkies were recovered from the camps.

“Also recovered were substantial food and grocery supplies. All the camps were subsequently destroyed to deny the insurgents bases for launching attacks.”

He said police will sustain the raid in the forests in search of insurgents and their camps, and that it will eliminate terrorists, rescue abducted victims, and recover firearms and stolen vehicles in their possession.

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