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Let Me Tell You, The Problem We Have In The Southeast Is That Security Is Managed By Non-Igbos

According to Prof. Uzodinma Nwala, the leader of the Igbo people and president of the Alaigbo Development Foundation, the issue facing the South East region is that non-Igbos are in charge of security...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶

The Igbo chieftain made this claim in an exclusive interview, according to The Sun.

Professor Uzodinma Nwala, who is known for his outspokenness said; “We can’t leave our security in the South East to non-Igbos. Let me tell you, the problem we have in the South East is that security is managed by non-Igbos. Our security in Igboland is managed by outsiders, those who are not of Igbo origin, and that is a major problem for us. Let the communities organize themselves because security is very important.”

The President of Alaigbo Development Foundation added; “State governments should encourage communities to have vigilantes to protect their community and should also decide on the type of arms they can legally carry.  Vigilantes and the hunters should liase together to provide security.”

The Igbo leader stated further; “The hunters’ associations can protect the community and what they need is to empower them with all that is needed.  Hunters are not only skilled to kill wild animals; they can also be part of the security arrangement in the communities.”

The recent statement by the President of Alaigbo Development Foundation, Prof Uzodinma Nwala which was shared by The Sun on its various social media platforms have generated a lot of reactions from many Nigerians. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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