The reason why I invited soldiers to Orlu, Governor Uzodinma finally breaks silence
By Slydom | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 4285 views
Following the claims brought to the government concerning the recent action taken by the Military in Orlu, Imo state, during the attack of The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has gotten Governor Uzodinma to finally react to the issue.
On Friday, during a press meeting which was organized, Governor Uzodinma said that the soldiers invasion into the community was meant to curb the menace and to restore peace and normalcy to the community.
The soldiers, which were ordered into the community on Thursday, 18th February, have been reported by the residents of Orlu to have launched several severe attacks in various places which resulted to the death of security operatives and many others who were innocent .
The Governor moved on to blame the IPOB for the death and problems recorded in the land saying that their actions are bring about serious threats to the peace of Orlu community. See what someone said about the incident.
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