Accusing fingers continue to point in different directions over the insecurity facing Anambra State.
The security challenges precedes the government of Prof Chukwuma Soludo, but the people of the state believe that he has the ability to tackle it.
To a reasonable extent, Soludo has fought insecurity in Anambra State, and continues to win the battle, but many believe that it’s not yet uhuru.
These can be justified with the many incidences of robbery and killings in the state, even within the state capital territory, Awka, and other major cities like Onitsha, Nnewi, Ekwulobia and Ihiala areas.
In Awka, gangs of armed robbers operating in groups, and using tricycles have become common, but away from these, in the hinterlands of Anambra State, there still exist more cases of killings and kidnappings than
have been reported in the media.
The most recent, which was highly reported because of the involvement of high profile individuals, was the killing of staff of the United States Consulate, and security operatives attached to them in Ogbaru.