Okorocha Donates Patrol Bikes To NSCDC

The Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha has donated 32 security and patrol motorbikes with inbuilt communication gadget to the Imo state command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), under the ‘Imo My Pride Project’.

Addressing newsmen in Owerri, the Imo state capital, the state Commandant of the NSCDC, Mr Adamu Soja, on behalf of the Commandant-General described gesture as a calculated one which is coming at a time when security is being tackled wholistically in the state.

He added that the implications of the Imo governor’s donations will also ensure the effective control of traffic in the state capital.

Mr Soja also noted that the bikes which are equipped with modern communication gadgets will be assigned to some of his officers that will be strategically deployed to handle cases of kidnapping, human trafficking, bag-snatching on motorcycles, tricycle criminalities and dangerous driving.

Meanwhile, the Director General of ‘Imo My Pride Project’ Mr Sunny Chiadi said the project of the Okorocha-led administration is aimed at changing the behavioural pattern of Imo citizens as regards obedience to traffic laws, cleanliness and complete removal of street hawkers in the state capital.

Three PDP Senatorial Zones Protest The Return Of Orji Kalu

The entire PDP from the three senatorial zones of Abia State has staged a protest march to the government house in Umuahia against the reported return of former Governor Orji Kalu, to the party.

The protesters numbering over thousands marched round the government house in Umuahia, in protest against any move to re-admit the former governor into the party.

Carrying Placards with inscriptions that read ‘’OUK means confusion “Abia grassroots say no to the return of Orji Uzor Kalu to PDP’’,’’PDP Igbere ward A: Orji Uzor Kalu is not our member’’ among others.

According to Emma Ukwu-Rocks (Abia north), the peace and unity in Abia should be sustained as it has provided infrastructural development and cordial relationship with the Federal Government stating that the wishes of the party faithful in the state should be the priority of the national party secretariat.

Receiving the protesters on behalf of Governor Theodore Orji, the Deputy Governor Emeka Ananaba thanked them for the peaceful manner they conducted themselves and promised to convey their message to the governor.