Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma has threatened to deal with those who make the state ungovernable for him.
The governor accused the aggrieved members of his party, the Congress of All Progressives (APC) and the opposition party of fighting against her government.
Uzodinma said this at the inauguration of a grassroots-level security council to offer solutions to the state’s security challenges.
“The opposition party and some grieving in our party who are hiring boys from neighboring states to come here, let me, I’ll take care of them. I can assure you, leave it to me, ”said Uzodinma.
The governor promised to deal with people who he said threaten him and his administration, adding that “they themselves will be ungovernable.”
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Uzodinma called on the traditional rulers of the state to help fight insecurity, urging them to fish for criminals in their domains.
“I had advised that the traditional rulers should warn these guys,” added the governor.
“I should warn you because I have a security strategy, known and unknown, to manage security in the state of Imo.
“This council must now go home and give us the names of all the criminals in their communities,” he said. “You must collect intelligence information for us and the law enforcement agencies to work. “