Imo insecurity: Uzodinma regrets setbacks

Imo insecurity: Uzodinma regrets setbacks

Imo insecurity: Uzodinma regrets setbacks


The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, has acknowledged the setbacks that Imo State has suffered as a result of insecurity in the Ihube area of Okigwe and promised continuous collaboration with the leaders and stakeholders in the area to achieve the desired peace and harmony.

The governor spoke when he met with members of the Ihube Peace Committee who were in his office on Tuesday to interface with him on how to restore peace and harmony, both in Imo State and in Nigeria.

He reiterated that his government is irrevocably committed to the pursuit of peace, not just in Imo State but in Nigeria.

He said commitment to peace and harmony remains inevitable if development is to be achieved in our society.

He thanked the members of the Ihube Peace Committee, led by the Emeritus Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Most Rev. Sunday Uche, for the visit and interest in what was being done by the government to achieve lasting peace and harmony in their area.

Earlier, Rev. Uche had told the Governor that they were committed, like other well-meaning members of the public, to ensuring that peace reigns in all parts of Imo State and Nigeria for sustainable development to thrive.

He thanked the governor for providing quality leadership in Imo State and urged him to do whatever is within his power, collaborating with leaders and stakeholders, to ensure that peace reigns in Imo State and beyond.

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