Governor Uzodimma Finally Reveals Those Responsible for Artificial Insecurity in Imo State
- Governor Hope Uzodimma has claimed that the insecurity being witnessed in the southeastern state is artificial
- The Imo state governor also insisted that he will ensure an open system of governance where power resides with the people
- Meanwhile, the influential southeast governor also promised to ensure a free and fair elections as the country heads to poll this year
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Governor Hope Uzodimma reiterated his commitment to an open system of governance where power resides with the people.
The Imo state governor disclosed this while commending the Liaison officers for their consistency to the ideals of the party, the Governor stated that the failed efforts of the opposition and the politically sponsored insecurity in the State are in vain and will soon come to an end, The Cable Newspaper reports.
His Excellency assured them that his Government will provide the necessary measures for a free, fair and safe elections. He added that he will not be cowed by desperate politicians working to disenfranchise Ndi Imo by causing artificial insecurity in the state.
2023: Hope Uzodimma, wife promise APC massive votes at southeast women presidential rally
In another report, the All Progressives Congress (APC) women in the southeast on Tuesday, January 17 held a presidential rally for the party’s presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima in Owerri, the Imo state capital today.
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Imo state turns to hunters to guard forests against criminals as Uzodinma pledges support
Meanwhile, Uzodinma advocated the use of digital technology for the management of forests in Nigeria, saying it would make the fight against the use of forests for criminal activities easier.
The governor stated this at the programme of the inauguration of the Imo State Command of the Nigerian Hunters and Forestry Security Service (NHFSS) which took place at the Youth Centre, Owerri.
Represented by the state Commissioner for Digital Economy, Dr. Chimezie Amadi, Uzodinma said the easiest way to make the job of the Forestry Security Service easier and more effective was through what he called Digital Forest, whereby modern technology is deployed, which he said would also engender millions of jobs for the youths joining the Service.