Photo: Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma (left) receives a survenir from the Commissioner of Police, Mr Abutu Yaro (right) when the Governor paid a condolence visit to the Police Command Headquarters, Owerri.
The Governor said that the social welfare package is “aimed at motivating and encouraging the security agencies in the State, and enhancing the performance of the security men and boosting business activities in the State so that the welfare of Imo people will be guaranteed.”
The Governor commended the Police Commissioner in Imo State, Mr. Abutu Yaro and his team for their gallantry and assured them that they are not alone in their effort to restore peace and security in Imo. He prayed God to always be with them in their effort to protect lives and property in Imo State.
The Governor reiterated that Government is doing all within her powers to reach out to all families that lost their loved ones recently, including their children and wives, and extended his condolences to the entire police formation and families of the victims in Imo State who were affected in the effort to return sanity to Imo State.
Finally, the Governor enjoined all politicians who are involved in the crises and bloodletting business in Imo State in particular and Nigeria in general, “to repent and refrain forthwith or be ready to face the wrath of God.”
Yaro used the opportunity to reassure Imo people that the State’s police formation is back to her normal duties, “which goes to mean that Imo is back to business.” He called on Imo people to come out and go about their normal business without molestation and harassment.