A member of the Peoples Democratic Party Governorship Election Campaign Council in Ebonyi State, Austin Edeze, has blasted the government of Ebonyi State for not providing adequate security for people of the state.
Reacting to a comment made by Umahi regarding the presence of too many security operatives in Ebonyi State, Edeze stated that the only reason why Umahi made such a statement was because he would prefer to have the defunct Ebubeagu security outfit which his government used to intimidate others.
According to Edeze, the lesser the number of the Constitutionally recognized security personnels in Ebonyi State, the more likelihood that Dave Umahi would use the non-conventional security outfits to intimidate other people in the state.
According to Edeze, despite the fact that the Ebubeagu security outfit has been dismantled by the ruling of a court of law, the security outfit continues to exist in Ebonyi State. Edeze went on to say that Ebubeagu is still using the government apparatus to function in Ebonyi State.
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