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Crisis in Imo: Federal lawmaker lament senseless killings, sues for peace




Honourable Chinedu Emeka Martins representing Ahiazu/Ezinihitte/Mbaise Federal Constituency within the Home of Representatives, on Wednesday, lamented the heavy casualties occasioning assaults in Imo State.


He regretted that the unlucky disaster couldn’t be nipped within the bud earlier than it acquired out of hand, notably, in order that when real residents tried to intervene with a view to restoring peace, some forces had been hell bent to make political capital out of it, thereby compounding the continued disaster.

Reacting to the infinite disaster occurring in Imo State the place an ex-aide to the previous President Goodluck Jonathan on Political Issues, Ahmed Ali Gulak was assassinated final Saturday amongst different circumstances of wanton destruction of presidency and personal properties by some legal components, the lawmaker in an announcement which he signed and made accessible to DAILY POST in Abuja, known as for restraint on aspect of presidency forces and the warring gunmen.

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He stated Imo State is in a dilemma now that it must be rescued because the economic system of the state was already collapsing for lack of peace and tranquility.

“It have to be expressly said that the killings from each angles have to be stopped forthwith; that is moreso, since our pricey State have to be rescued and recovered to its unique state of peace and tranquility.

“It is usually deserving to remind our ebullient youths that they’re the bona fide residents of the State on whose shoulders the management will relaxation on in years to come back, consequent upon which any violence that’s focused at people, State or personal formations is just not solely condemnable, however a disservice to them and generations but unborn.”

The lawmaker appealed to properly which means people and clergies to talk out in condemnation of wanton killing that is occurring in Imo State.

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