The insecurity in Nigeria has been very alarming which is not good for the citizens. Many innocent souls have lost their lives because of insecurity in Nigeria.
Imo State is one of the 5 states in the Eastern part of Nigeria. The state has been very peaceful and the indigen accept visitors from every parts of the country and the world at large with good heart. Currently, the insecurity in the northern part of Nigeria has now become a common thing in Imo State. Every single day, it's one bad news or the other in the state. Kidnapping, killing and robbery has now outshine the dignity of the state. It's either a police station on fire or Local government area on fire. Recently, it was the house of the executive governor that was set ablaze. The indigens of the state can not sleep with their two eyes closed. Gunmen and the Eastern Security Network are now riding the state.
The federal government should come to their rescue for the indigens to have a peaceful Imo again.
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