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Ebonyi under tension, stay out, David Umahi order Miyetti Allah – (Video)
The Ebonyi State governor Engineer David Umhai has raised an alarm on the continued destruction of police facilities in the Southern, urged Miyetti Allah to leave.
The governor who speaking over the attack on a police station in Enugu State on Wednesday called on Igbo leaders to rise and condemn incessant attacks said his state is under tension.
He urged easterners to disregard the insinuation that the ‘bandits and hoodlums’ rampaging across the region are in for their protection rather than turning into another ‘monster’.
Expressing bitterly, the governor noted that the recorded attack in Enugu was not carried out by Herdsmen but people across the southeast.
He advised officers operating across the states to resort to the rule of engagement, demobilize any perceived enemy trying to kill them than folding their arms to be killed.
He regretted that police has lost their men, building, vehicles and so many others to the attacks and the federal government may be forced to withdrew security personnel from the region.
He, however, acknowledged police would not be everywhere for protection, urging members of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) residing in Ebonyi State to leave until normalcy is restored.
Umhai also restated enforcement of open grazing law said it is still active despite the poor presence of rearers marauding the state recently, urged the internal security operatives, Ebube Agu, to enforce a ban on open grazing.