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Imo told to stop accusing IPOB over security challenge

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Imo told to stop accusing IPOB over security challenge

A retired Army chief and founder of Fair Haven Security Nigeria Limited, David Mbamara, has asked the Imo State government to thoroughly investigate the underlying cause of the rehashed assaults in the state.

He said that accusing the IPOB is wrong, the indigenous peoples of Biafra (IPOB) being answerable for every one of the assaults lately.

Mbamara spoke to journalists in Owerri on Saturday over the attack on the Governor’s country home in Omuma by unidentified shooters.

According to him, “there might be different actors or people who could be stowing away under the current security difficulties to destabilize the government.

“It is essential that the security agents look deeper and come up with solutions to this disturbing development. Though, this is not to say that the IPOB group is a saint over this matter.

Imo told to stop accusing IPOB over security challenge

“The real enemies of the government may be moving freely, realizing very well that the government’s attention is on IPOB.

“While the government, both at the state and federal levels, have neglected to address the issue of youth unemployment. He added that, let me tell you, the best check against insecurity is the good welfare of the people, and the government has not investigated that.

“Looking at the situation in the country, we are going to see that the cost of living is high, people have no jobs, and you expect a reasonable organization from them. People are disturbed. The government ought to mitigate the people’s feelings and stop beating about the bush.”

The Imo-born Rtd armed force captain, in any case, portrayed the attack on the state correctional centre and the Governor’s house in his country home as the stature of insecurity, calling for an urgent solution.

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