Deal ruthlessly with criminals, ex-ANSAA boss tells Soludo | Dailytrust

Deal ruthlessly with criminals, ex-ANSAA boss tells Soludo

Prof. Charles Soludo
Prof. Charles Soludo

The immediate past Managing Director of Anambra State Signage and Advertisement Agency (ANSAA), Sir Jude Emecheta, has called on Governor Charles Soludo to deal ruthlessly with the “criminal elements” disturbing the state.

Emecheta made the call while pulling out from service in Awka, the state capital.

Emecheta, who worked at the agency for eight years,  said he would support every effort by the governor to deal with those terrorissing the state.

“If we give those boys any chance, we will loose the war against recovering the state from hoodlums. If we allow them, we will be slaves in our land. The so-called unknown gunmen, we know them and we must deal with them.

“Soludo is prepared to smoke them out of their hidden places. We can not allow people from outside the State to destabilise the state.”

According to him, those who said Soludo is talking too much are not correct , noting that the governor has not started talking.

He urged Ndi Anambra to support the governor for him to clean up the system and restore sanity in the state.

“People should support Soludo to rid the state of criminal elements. These criminals are not from Anambra and should not be allowed to destroy the State,” he said.

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