In order to find a lasting solution to the series of unprovoked attacks being experienced in the Southeastern parts of Nigeria, a Southeast Security Summit is currently going on in Owerri, the Imo State capital.
At the Summit, all five (5) South-East Governors are physically present, including the President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo. Also at the meeting are the heads of various security agencies in the land.
- Security agents.
The primary goal of this meeting is to tackle the threat posed by “unknown gunmen” who have been causing havoc in the region, and the rising insecurity in various Southeastern states.
- Dignitaries at the meeting.
It will be recalled that in recent weeks, several police stations, security vehicles and checkpoints have been burnt down. Also, a correctional facility in Imo State was attacked last week and over 1500 inmates were freed.
Meanwhile, the five (5) South-East Governors at the meeting are all wearing white outfits—coincidentally or planned? No one knows!
- Governors arriving at the summit.
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