Insecurity: PDP Calls for Uzodimma’s Immediate Resignation

Insecurity: PDP Calls for Uzodimma’s Immediate Resignation

- Senator Hope Uzodinma should resign as Imo state governor according to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

- The state party chairman, Charles Ugwuh, made the demand following the worsening insecurity in the southeast state

- According to Ugwuh, the security situation had exposed Uzodimma's administration as lacking the capacity to govern

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Owerri, Imo state - Amid the worsening insecurity in Imo, the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called for the immediate resignation of Governor Hope Uzodimma.

Premium Times reports that the call was made by Charles Ugwuh, the state chairman of the party at a news briefing in Owerri on Wednesday, June 2.

Insecurity: PDP calls for Uzodinma’s immediate resignation
Imo chapter of the PDP has called for Governor Hope Uzodimma’s resignation over the worsening state of insecurity. Photo credit: @HopeUzodimma01
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According to the party chairman, Uzodimma had demonstrated his inability to protect the lives and property of the people.

While charging the governor to account for the lives of security agents and other residents killed, the opposition party called on Uzodimma to take full responsibility for the problems, The Guardian added.

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Ugwuh said the demand had become necessary in view of the evidence of the lack of capacity of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to guarantee the safety and security of lives and property.

PDP also expressed worry over the burning of police stations and offices belonging to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Ugwuh said the party called on civil society organisations and opinion leaders in Imo to unite to find a lasting solution to the security challenges in the state.

Former presidential aide killed in Imo

Meanwhile, some unknown gunmen ended the life of former special adviser (politics) to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak.

Gulak was gunned down in Imo state when he was on his way to Abuja from Owerri. The news of his death was made known by his classmate, Dr Umar Ado, in a statement.

The police in Imo state said the former political adviser was killed on Sunday morning, around 7:20 a.m., while he was on his way to Sam Mbakwe Airport, Owerri, to catch a flight.

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Uzodimma gives update on Gulak's murder

Governor Hope Uzodimma has said the Imo state government and the police are determined to ensure that the investigation into Gulak’s murder is not jeopardised.

He said on Wednesday, June 2, that everything would be done to bring all those behind Gulak’s killing, whoever they are, to justice.

The Imo governor said this in a statement issued by his media aide, Oguike Nwachukwu, in response to comments made by former aviation minister, Femi-Fani Kayode, over the tragic incident.


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