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The police were deployed to maintain the Settlement of Hausa at IMO



Some police officers have been deployed to guard Ama Awusa, a settlement dominated by North People in Owerri, Imo State Capital.

The senior special assistant to the Governor Hope Uzodimma on gender and vulnerable people (men), Sulaiman Ibrahim Sulaiman told the Daily Trust that adequate security has been provided to prevent further attacks in the state.

Sulaiman, who said people had been sensitive to the need to live peacefully with their neighbors, added that northern people in the country did not reflect on revenge, especially in recent murders from seven traders because they had taken it as an action of God.

A Ti kede Ijọba ọba Yoruba – Ọjọgbọn Banji Akintoye

“We have taken everything as the will of Allah. To Him we come and to Him we shall return. Some of us have been here for decades. Even our grandparents were here over 150 years ago. So we see yourselves as indigenes of the state and so there is no need to fight or create recriminations between us.”

Sulaiman also suggested them in the North threatening attack on the interest of Igbo in the north not to play into the hands of politicians who were unhappy when there was peace in this country.

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