- Dave Umahi and members of Ebube-Agu.
The security outfit codename ‘Ebube-Agu’ is a joint South-East initiative to combat the various insecurity problems facing the region. The security network was launched a few weeks ago by Dave Umahi—the leader of the South-East governor’s forum.
In the pictures that are currently circulating on social media, the new members of Ebube-Agu were seen fully kitted in a black and red uniform, as Governor Dave Umahi inspected the recruits.
- Ebube-Agu in action.
However, ‘Guard of Honour was mounted by the men of Ebube-Agu for the governor. Umahi is the first South-East governor to unveil the members of the new security outfit known as Ebube-Agu.
Hopefully, other state governors will follow cue and unveil their own as the South-East region is currently boiling with several terror attacks of security operatives.
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