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Governor Soludo reveals what has happened to gunmen in Anambra


Governor Charles Soludo of Anambra says gunmen no longer have the capacity to carry out deadly attacks as usual in the state.

Soludo, a professor of economics and former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), stated this while assessing the government’s performance since he assumed office as the state’s Chief Security Officer.

He told Channels Television on Sunday the present administration in Anambra has successfully brought the security threats in the state to the lowest level.

“Giving where things were when we came, we are not saying that Anambra is 100% secured … but everybody in Anambra – the 8.5 million residents of Anambra can testify to you that insecurity in Anambra has come down to the barest minimum,” he said during his appearance on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics.

“Fifteen camps (run by gunmen) here (have been) decimated. Even yesterday (Saturday), some other places (where) they were gathering were decimated; Continue Reading Here


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