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Imo Indigenes Expresses Displeasure on Abduction of Four Reverend Sisters

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Imo indigenes have expressed displeasure following the abduction of four reverend sisters along Okigwe-Umulolo expressway.
Speaking with Boss Radio News, Osazuwa stewart, member of Nigerian Youth Parliament, calls on the governor to increase his pace of addressing insecurity in the state.

Also speaking, a civil servant, Chidalu Francis urges the government to increase security surveillance in the state

For Ebuka Richard, a businessman, the high rate of kidnapping is due to inflation.

Recall that four reverend sisters were abducted along Okigwe-Umulolo road on their way to a thanksgiving service on Sunday.

Written by: Helen Obih

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