Okorocha Urges Youths To Support Buhari’s Anti-Corruption Fight

Rochas Okorocha Youths CorruptionNigerian youths have been advised to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight against corruption at all levels and put aside all political, religious and ethnic differences.

Governor Rochas Okorocha made the call at the inauguration of Imo State chapter of the Youths Assembly of Nigeria (YAN) in Owerri the state capital in southeast Nigeria.

The Governor, through his Chief of Staff, Mr Uche Nwosu, said that the anti-corruption war by the Buhari led administration was a positive move and a step in the right direction to recapture Nigeria from the hands of those who were hell-bent on truncating and mortgaging the future of the youths.

He observed that the youths had obviously been neglected by previous governments over the years and had been sidelined in the scheme of things.

Okorocha advised them to see themselves as partners in rebuilding Nigeria while he urged them to always guard against actions and utterances that were capable of derailing the visions of the present government.

The Governor believes that the Buhari led administration mean well for the youths and the entire nation.

He called for patience and perseverance even in the face of the present economic challenges, expressing optimism that Nigeria would come out stronger and better.

Okorocha Donates Patrol Vans To Imo Security Network

Rochas OkorochaThe Imo State government has donated 20 Hilux vehicles to the Imo Security Network, a local security agency in the state.

This development comes as a way of boosting security surveillance and monitoring, as the Imo State government expresses worry over the rising spate of kidnapping in the state.

The vehicles were donated on Wednesday by the Imo State Chief of Staff, Uche Nwosu, who represented Governor Okorocha at the Sam Mbakwe Exco Chambers at the Government House in Owerri, the state capital in southeast Nigeria.

He said that the patrol vehicles would go a long way in fighting crime, especially kidnapping and other related criminal activities in the State.

While reiterating his commitment to providing adequate security for the people of the state, Governor Okorocha urged the local security agency to work closely and partner with other agencies in the state to reduce crime.

He also gave cash rewards to 50 personnel among the security men for creditably doing well in the discharge of their duties.

Receiving the patrol vehicles, the coordinator of the agency commended the state government, while he added that they would sustain their cooperation with other security agencies to eliminate crime in the state.