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Opinion: Gov. Uzodinma's "Operation Stop The Hoodlums" Could Lead To More Violent Clashes In Imo

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According to, the Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma is finally back to Imo State, and set to introduce "Operation Stop The Hoodlums". 

As the Chief security officer of Imo State, the Governor has the mandate to ensure the security of lives and properties of the citizens. As such, whatever strategy the Governor chose to adopt without infringing on the rights of the people should be seen as a welcomed development. However, it is my view that his proposed "Operation Stop The Hoodlums" may lead to more violent clashes in the state.

Imo State is arguably one of the most unsafe states in the Southeast go-political zone presently, and this insecurity has been heightened by the clash between Government security agencies, and the Eastern Security Network (ESN), owned and sponsored by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). it is important to note that following the killing of the Imo commander of ESN, Ikonso Don, unknown gunmen stormed the country home of Governor Hope Uzodinma and burnt it down, pointing to the direction that it could be men of ESN that carried out such act.

As reported by, Governor Hope Uzodinma upon return to Imo State, is set to introduce "Operation Stop The Hoodlums". Looking at the current situation of things in the state, the Governor's decision could lead to more violent clashes in the state as this new unit could be focused on tackling the ESN rather than protecting the state from further attacks. As such, the Imo State Governor should consider embracing dialogues and consultations with relevant stakeholders in the state.

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