Insecurity: Buhari Media Organisation commends South East governors

The South East governors and others stakeholders at the meeting in Enugu

The South East governors and others stakeholders at the meeting in Enugu

The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has commended South-East governors for condemning the killings in the region and for their decision to take more proactive actions to stem the tide.

The governors and leaders from the South-East had met in Enugu and in a communique at the end of the meeting, roundly condemned the killings in the region and agreed to join hands with security agencies to stop the blood-letting.

According to the communique, “the meeting condemned the sit-at-home orders, which are mostly issued by our people in the Diaspora who do not feel the pains. The meeting resolved that Governors and all people of the South East do everything within the law to ensure that there is no further sit-at-home in the South East and that people are allowed to freely move about in the Zone.

“The meeting agreed that the South East Ebubeagu security outfit be launched in all the South East States and laws passed in the various South East States before the end of 2021”.

However, BMO described the outcome of the meeting as a welcome development, “but which should have come to a lot earlier”.

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In a statement signed by its Chairman Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary Cassidy Madueke, the group charged the Governors and South-East leaders to walk the talk.

“We like to reiterate that this intervention to rein in the agitators, the hoodlums and the ‘unknown gunmen’ was long overdue.

“Now that the leaders have realized that continuing the breach of security and wanton destruction of life and property bodes no good for the region and its citizenry, and can only stagnate socio-economic development in the zone, they must do all in their power to ensure that sanity returns”.

BMO further advised the governors to fulfill their promise to rejuvenate and revitalize Ebubeagu in all the states of the South-East and “to engender closer synergy with federal security agencies”.