Former Governor of old Anambra State, Senator Jim Nwobodo has disagreed with the Governors of the Southeast zone on the establish of State Police asking them to go the way of regional security outfit like Amotekun.
Nwobodo agreed with the Leader of The Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and said that there were many deaths in the region as a result of insecurity, and urged the governor to do the needful without further delay.
Recall that Kanu had tasked the Southeast governors to established their security outfit like the Southwest.
He noted that community policing had been there without addressing the security situation of the land. According to The Guardian Nwobodo claimed that the people of the Southeast no longer went to their farms because of insecurity.
He went further by advising the governors to learn from the governors of Southwest, that he is proud of what they have done. “All their houses of Assembly have worked on the law and they passed it and it had been signed into law. I am proud of that. Our own governors think differently but I disagree with them,” he said.
He further charged the governors of the zone to be bold because the issue of security is not something to joke about.
“So what they should do is exactly what the west has done, get their Houses to pass laws and use these laws to form a block to protect your people. Protection is not easy and nobody wants to joke with his life,” he added.