Insecurity: Buhari kept Imo safe from bandits, criminals – Gov Uzodinma claims
The Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodimma has said only the prompt intervention of President Muhammadu Buhari put a stop to bandits and other criminal elements over-running the state.
Uzodinma stated this on Tuesday during the president’s visit to commission some projects executed by the governor.
The governor thanked Buhari for intervening in the security crisis bedevilling the state and other parts of the Southeast.
He said, “Your prompt intervention helped to restore peace and order in our state. But for your timely, prompt and fatherly intervention through the security agencies, Imo State would have been overrun by bandits and hoodlums. For this, I also say thank you Mr President,”
DAILY POST earlier reported that Buhari inaugurated the 36km dual carriageway of Owerri-Orlu road in Imo.
The president subsequently met with South-East leaders.
However, other governors of the South East were conspicuously absent.
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