Youths of Anaku in Ayamelum Native Authorities Space of Anambra State have protested the actions of Fulani herdsmen within the space, saying the herders have been liable for a collection of kidnappings alongside the Adani-Kogi freeway, locally.
A supply among the many protesting youths mentioned they got here out of their numbers on the federal freeway locally on the weekend to protest the most recent incident of kidnapping, which concerned an undisclosed variety of individuals on Friday.
The supply mentioned, “The youths of the world expressed unhappiness over the current incident and promised to not relaxation till the kidnapped individuals have been launched.
“The safety brokers within the space led by DPO of Anaku Divisional Police in Ayamelum LGA, CSP Chukwunonso was additionally there. He addressed the youths, promising to not relaxation till the scenario is introduced below management. He additionally suggested the neighborhood to take care of calm and proceed with their lawful actions as the problem is being taken care of.”
The protest it was gathered additionally attracted the eye of the Speaker of Anambra State Home of Meeting, Rt. Hon. Uche Victor Okafor, who addressed the youths, condemning the present spate of kidnapping alongside the street.
Our supply mentioned, “You could be right here in Awka, with out figuring out the excessive degree of kidnapping by Fulani herdsmen, occurring within the hinterlands in Anambra State. The present kidnapping befell on 12/ 3/ 2021.
“This infuriated some youths, they usually (youths of Anaku) and the vigilante group members and different safety brokers needed to group up to enter the forest in the hunt for those that have been kidnapped and to safe the world to keep away from such actions once more. It is vitally disheartening,” He mentioned.
When DAILY POST reached out to the Public Relations Officer of the Anambra State Police Command, CSP Haruna Mohammed for feedback on the protest, calls to his cellphone rang and not using a response.
Anambra neighborhood youths protest alleged prison actions, kidnapping by herdsmen