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The Killing Of Traditional Rulers In Imo State: An Incident That Calls For The Revival Of Ebube Agu

The activities of Unknown Gunmen in the Southeast region have caused a lot of tension and problems in some states. These unknown gunmen have attacked political leaders and prominent people in the Southeast region.

Recently, Unknown Gunmen killed about three traditional rulers in Imo state. The traditional rulers were having a meeting at Njaba local council headquarters at Nnenasa when the unknown gunmen attacked them and killed 3 traditional rulers (Obi 1 of Okwudor autonomous community, Eze Anayochukwu Durueburuo and Eze Sampson Osunwa of Ihebineowerre autonomous community).

However, Governor Uzodinma condemned the killing of these traditional rulers and he promised that the unknown gunmen will be arrested.

(Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers).

Nevertheless, I believe that the recent killing of 3 traditional rulers in Imo state should be a reason for Governor Uzodinma to revive the "Ebube Agu" security group in Imo state.

(Photo Credit: Facebook).

It's important to know that after the Southeast governors decided to create a regional security group known as "Ebube Agu", some states in the Southeast region have not implemented the decision.

(Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspapers).

I believe that the "Ebube Agu" security group will help to reduce the activities of these unknown gunmen in Imo State. This is because their members will always be available and they will respond quickly to attacks carried out in various communities in Imo State.

Also, "Ebube Agu" members will easily get more information about how these unknown gunmen plan their attacks and they will prevent them from carrying out these attacks. I believe that "Ebube Agu" members can also identify these Unknown Gunmen and know the people sponsoring them in various communities in Imo State.

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