Mr. Ikechukwu Odono, the Council Chairman of Ohaukwu Local Government Area in Ebonyi State, has expressed a resolute commitment to significantly reduce all forms of attacks, insecurity, and threats to the safety of the council’s residents.
Odono issued a stern caution to hoodlums who engage in destructive activities, wreaking havoc on communities within Ohaukwu, emphasizing that they should immediately halt their actions or be prepared to face the full force of the legal consequences.
Delivering his message on Thursday in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, the Chairman conveyed his appreciation to the state Governor, Francis Nwifuru, for his collaborative efforts with the Chairmen of the state’s 13 Local Government Areas. This collaboration, he noted, has facilitated the effective delivery of democratic dividends to the grassroots population across the state.
He said, “hoodlums have made Ohaukwu people not to feel at home but I assure you that the one they attacked on Sunday, where they burnt two vehicles that belonged to neighborhood watch commander, will by the grace of God, the last attack that will happen in Ohaukwu LGA.”
He reaffirmed his readiness to establish enduring peace and order in all the communities within the councils.
“We will bring peace and order to the council, and that we will bring to an end all attacks on the people, so that our people will sleep with their two eyes closed.