Nigerian south east governors, and head of security agencies in the south east have launched a new regional security agency named Ebube Agu. This was disclosed today, Sunday 11th April 2021, at the First South-East Security Summit held in Owerri. The new security outfit will help coordinate response to violent crimes from its headquarters in Enugu State.
In a communique released after the exhaustive discussions on security challenges faced in the region, the governors agreed to the establishment of the security agency. They strongly condemned terrorism and banditry in every part of Nigeria, especially in the South-East region, and resolved that all five states in the region will bring together all the arsenal in their command to fight and flush out criminals in the region.
They further appealed and called on the Acting Inspector General of Police to stop the influx of IGP monitory units but to allow cps and state and Zonal commands to handle their cases.
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