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ADC lauds move by Imo CP to clamp down on promoters of sit-at-home order

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The boldness displayed by the new Commissioner of Police, CP Danjuma Aboki, in dealing with promoters of the Monday sit-at-home in the southeast, has been commended by the southeast zonal leadership of the African Democratic Congress (ADC). The party’s regret over the illegal actions by pro-Biafra secessionist organizations in Igbo states was expressed in a statement by the National Vice Chairman of the ADC, Chilos Godsent, on Friday. The ADC chapter in the Southeast lamented the devastation caused by the Sit-at-home order enforced by the IPOB leadership led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, which has resulted in wanton killings and escalated insecurity in the region, particularly in Imo state. The party also urged the Imo State Police Commissioner to conduct a conflict analysis to understand the causes and factors triggering the conflict. Recommendations were made by the zonal ADC leadership, including the division of the security program into three phases. These phases encompass providing adequate security for businesses to operate on Mondays, securing roads, and deploying police intelligence and surveillance to patrol hot spots in communities. Additionally, they called for CP Danjuma Aboki to organize a town hall dialogue with Civil Society Organizations to effectively combat insecurity in Imo State.

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