Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has cried out for help in the wake of attacks on public facilities in the state, saying he alone cannot solve the insecurity.
He called on fellow leaders to join hands to bring an end to the insecurity in the state.
He made the appeal on Tuesday while addressing journalists after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari in the State House.
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Governor Uzodinma called on stakeholders including traditional rulers, religious leaders and politicians, to engage more with the issues in order to engender peace in the country.
He also stated that former political office holders who have failed to speak out against the security crisis in the country have questions to answer.
He stated that if all leaders speak out condemning perpetrators of insecurity, a lot of changes would be visible.
via: Information Nigeria