Attack on Senator Ubah Unacceptable Says National Link chapel.


—-Urges Gov. Soludo to do more on security.

From Felix Oti

The chairman of National Link Chapel of the Nigerian Union of Journalist, Anambra state Council Mr Tempest Udeze has condemned the attack on senator Ifeanyi Ubah who is representing Anambra senatorial zone.

Chairman of the Chapel, Mr Tempest Udeze stated this during its monthly meeting held at Nnewi

According to Udeze “the sunday’s attack is on Senator Uba is unacceptable and the responsibility of every government is the protection of lives and property of the common masses. Anything short of that is unacceptable to the society”.

“In as much as we believe that the governor, Prof Charles Soludo is doing much in area of security, due to the level of collapse in that sector from the last administration, we are urging him to step up becuase for the hoodlums to lay ambush and spend time there before the arrival of the distinguished Senator shows that is a gap in the security apparatus of this very state”.

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“The intelligence gathering of the security agencies in this very state shows that it is collapsing, so we are urging them to do more and stop the loquacious attitude”.

“We are self independent people, that can survive tough situations but when the security is down it will definitely affect the economy”.

“In as much as we talk about the security, we must commend in other areas he is improving. We know not much was left in the coffers when he assumed office”.

“So that is the position of this very chapel and we encourage the governor to do more. We equally thank God for the safety of Senator Uba in as much we regret the loss of life of his personal and security aids, It is so painful and we now extend our condolences to the families of the deceased by asking God to give them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss”, he added.

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