Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu has said that the country is filled with people of diverse nationalities but unfortunately, borders giving entry to the country is not been manned greatly.
During his courtesy visit to TOSTV News on Thursday, the governor stated that those who are caught in acts as killings, abductions and burning of police stations amongst other crimes in the country should be called “enemy of states”.
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Pointing on the fall back of why it still gets difficult to track where ammunitions and terrorists spring from, the governor specified that the country needs to spend more on intelligence.
Speaking about who did what and why nobody is apologizing for the civil war that happened in the country, Ikpeazu indicated that the country is yet to get a closure of what happened during the civil war. The governor opined that the strings that tie the country is gradually falling apart.
On the leader of Independent People of Biafra(IPOB), Nnamdi Kalu, the governor said some of what the IPOB leader is pushing for is valid; but he needs to find a way to have a conversation.
Speaking further on insecurity, the South East governor revealed that the current insecurity situation in the country is not a fight of Nigerians against Nigerians. He, therefore called for all hands to be on deck to tackle the issues of insecurity bedeviling the country through intelligence.