Concerning all that is happening in the southeast, I have tried to point out a few things that the people in the southeast can adopt.
1. Having a cordial relationship with the security operatives.
Since the EndSARS nationwide protest that happened last year, so many people have been finding it hard to relate with the police officials, many others believed in taking laws into their hands. The people need to relate well with the police if they want peace to reign in the southeast. The government should sensitize the people to be good informants to the security operatives. The Nigerian Force should be hinted at any suspicious actions or movement that is going on in the southeast.
Federal Government intervention.
Also, just as the government is dealing with the terrorist in the northern region, the federal government can also help the southeast by sending more equipped and capable soldiers to the affected system. Remember, the government spent so much on acquiring Super Tucano aircraft to fight the terrorist.
When the federal government steps in, there will surely be a change. Joe Igbkowe has once advised the southeast leaders to seek the intervention of the federal government concerning the IPOB and ESN actions that are affecting the people.
Punish the arrested criminals.
If any members of the terrorising group are arrested, the government should create a platform that will show how they are being dealt with. When they are punished under the law, it will send a great warning to others.
Lastly, a few days ago, Joe Igbokwe complained that some business people are taking their business away while the elites are looking for all means to relocate their families and loved ones. This is not a time to desert the region, with the effort of everyone, the nation will be safe again.
Let's join hands to put an end to the actions of criminals in our land.
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