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Group urges Anambra govt to declare emergency on roads




An Igbo curiosity group, Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria IPAN, has known as on the Anambra State authorities to shortly declare an emergency on roads within the state, describing them as horrible.

The Nationwide President of the group, Lawrence Onuzulike made the decision whereas talking with DAILY POST, saying his statement was that main roads in Anambra had damaged down.

Onuzulike stated IPAN had toured Anambra State to create consciousness on the continued voter registration train when it noticed that almost all of its roads had been in dangerous form.

“As Anambra governorship election will get nearer, IPAN went across the state to sensitize the folks on the necessity to embrace the continual voter registration train, however we discovered that each street was in dangerous form.

“IPAN, being the voice of the progressive Igbos, will now not fold its arms and watch Ndigbo endure in silence.

“Through the eye-opening tour of the state, IPAN’s delegation was shocked by the dwelling situations of many individuals. Some people who find themselves courageous sufficient shared some heartbreaking tales of what they and their little kids cross by means of simply to outlive within the state.

“Whereas a few of them have given up, many prayed that the incoming governor will bear in mind them and are available to their rescue.

“IPAN is urging the state authorities to declare an emergency on roads. We’ll work to make sure that come November 6, 2021, the newly elected governor should hit the bottom working. The precedence have to be assuaging the struggling of the folks of the state.

“This isn’t to painting the state in a nasty mild, however to convey to the discover of the incoming governor, the sufferings and inhumane dwelling situations of individuals within the state,” he stated.

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