Anambra: Soludo given 48 houurs to resign over insecurity

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In response to his apparent incapacity to address security concerns in the state, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, has been requested to resign by the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders, or COSEYL.

In response to Thursday night’s vicious attack in the state that claimed the lives of two police officers and two citizens and kidnapped numerous more, COSEYL took action.

Recall that unidentified gunmen had ambushed Chief Chris Uba’s convoy, a prominent figure in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

A few security personnel were killed in the attack, and the politician managed to flee in his bulletproof car.

In response, COSEYL voiced concerns over security concerns roiling the state in a statement released by its President General, Goodluck Ibem.

The coalition also called for the immediate arrest of the hoodlums behind the heinous attacks.

“It is worrisome that such a deadly attack could be executed during the Christmas period, a time highly respected and revered by Christians all over the world.

“This is a big slap and we will not take it lying low. Those hoodlums must be arrested and prosecuted immediately.

“We give Governor Charles Soludo 48 hours to Immediately resign and apologize to the good people of Anambra State for leadership incompetence and lack of capacity to defend his people”, the statement added.

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