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Soludo Calls Gunmen Criminals, Not Agitators, Accuses Anambra Landlords Of Protecting Them

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The Executive Governor of Anambra state, Chukwuma Soludo has labeled gunmen claiming to be agitators as criminals who see crime as a business.

The governor made this known during a meeting with some landlords in Onitsha as he deeply expressed his concern over the increase in killing, kidnapping, and destruction despite the fact the government is willing to have an open dialogue with the evildoers.

While addressing the issue of “houses blocking drainages in Onitsha and its environs” Soludo further explained that landlords in the state are also protecting the criminals as he claimed they would be arrested soon.

In his full words, he said;

“With last Tuesday’s expiration of a two-week deadline given to those whose houses or shops were built on drainages, water channels and major roads to remove such structures, the government would commence the demolition of those houses any moment from now at the expense of the landlords.

“Criminals kidnapping people for ransom, killings and destruction are not agitating but engaging in lucrative criminality. We know where these criminals are.

“It is better for them to repent, drop their arms and come for empowerment or else, we will come after them and when we come, no house, bush or forest inhabited by them will be spared.

“You cannot force people to stay at home without going to their various places of business, force our children not to go to school and call it agitation. It is not agitation, but a criminal activity and very soon, all those will be addressed.

“The task forces for the enforcement of traffic offences and stoppage of all forms of criminal activities will be established.

“A bill for the enactment of law to punish landlords, contractors and government officials who approved lands on top of drainages, certified payments for contracts not yet completed or completed without specifications, would soon be sent to the state House of Assembly for legislation.”

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