The Governor of Imo state, Senator Hope Uzodinma, in his quest to ascertain peace in Imo, portrayed distress to the news about the killing of traditional rulers at Njaba, he stated that he will never allow such to happen again.
The Governor of Imo State revealed this on his Facebook page.
He expresses how depressed he was when he heard the news. He went further to console the royal families that lost their beloved ones.
The Governor in reaction to this incident tweeted saying;
"The news of the attack on traditional rulers of Njaba local government area by some hoodlums which resulted into some casualties, came to me with a rude shock.
"This I clear exhibition of wickedness and desecration of sacred tools.
"I commiserate with the people Njaba over this incident as I avow in my honor to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book. This new dimension of banditry would not be allowed to flourish in our soil."
Thought this speech, the governor portrayed how eager he is to abolish insecurity from Imo States.
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