The attacks launched by unknown gunmen are becoming alarming to the extent that people have started reacting towards it.
It is unfortunate to know that these unknown Gunmen invade communities, kill prominent people without having a human conscience.
(Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria)
Unknown gunmen who operated in a white sienna vehicle opened fire at the market thereby killing four persons.
However, the attack by unknown gunmen has raised so much tension and reactions on social media.
The Need To Arrest The Perpetrators Of The Act
1. The perpetrators should be arrested to avoid future occurrence
The attacks of unknown gunmen are bad and against the Constitution of Nigeria. Therefore, the unknown gunmen who invaded the Anara market, in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State should be arrested so that such attacks will not repeat itself in Imo state again. Also, the government should deploy security operatives to maintain peace and order in the local government.
2. The arrest of the perpetrators will uphold the government duty of protecting the lives and properties of citizens
Imo State Government led by Governor Hope Uzodinma should make sure the culprits who opened fire in the market are arrested so that citizens will know that the government is doing its best in making sure that the lives and properties of citizens are protected.
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