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New Year Message: Governor Uzodinma Blames Opposition, Criminals For Insecurity In Imo

BoomRadioNG | January 2, 2022

Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma on Saturday blamed the security crisis in the state on the opposition and criminal elements.

He called for a renewed and collective effort by the people to end violence and other forms of criminality this year.

In his new year message, Uzodimma pledged that his administration will continue to work in concert with security agencies to ensure a safer Imo in 2022 and beyond.

He also pledged that his administration will increase effort to redress the infrastructural deficit it met on assumption of office.

He was happy that in spite of the distractions from the opposition and criminal elements, the administration has recorded giant strides in all sectors.

He said the recovery of the state’s Kingsley Ozurumba Mbadiwe University worth N40Billion, as well as the Shell Camp land, were aimed at safeguarding the assets of the state.



Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma

The governor enjoined citizens to support the government to work for the peace and progress of the state.

He urged them to resolve this year to engage only in actions that would enhance the peace and stability of both Imo and Nigeria.

He said it was worthy of note that the Christmas and New Year celebrations in the state has so far been peaceful, to the glory of God while assuring  that every effort will be made to ensure that Imo people enjoy peace throughout the year.












Ademola Adejuwon

Written by BoomRadioNG


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