Prince Noel Essenwa, the regent of Auba in the southern local government area of Idmili, Anambra state, has disagreed with the southeastern governor over their plans to create a joint security force to patrol the highways in the area.
Ezenwa said the Ebubeagu safety gear that the governor had already built had become a burden on the people; therefore, creating another would further aggravate the already tense situation in the region.
Such a move is unacceptable, he added, as the Ebubeagu, created by the governor, has killed and destroyed many lives and properties in the Southeast.
He said it is only through the synergy of the vigilante police and local security forces that the governor can achieve an effective joint security system.
The monarch told reporters at his Ezeokpoko Palace in Oba on Monday that governors should deploy technology more by installing modern security equipment such as CCTV cameras in all nooks and crannies, including forests in the south. Eastern Geopolitical Zone.
He noted that for any joint security system to function in the Southeast geopolitical zone, political differences must be put aside.
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