Just In: Gov. Uzodinma Has Revealed Those Responsible For Bombed Imo Police, Prisons Facility & Reason Behind It

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has said the recent attack on security facilities in the state, that aggrieved politicians are responsible and behind it. He noted their aim was to destabilise his government and that of President Muhammadu Buhari.

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He stated this on Wednesday during an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today, closely monitored by Hotmedia.ng correspondent.

Three days after gunmen stormed the Nigerian Correctional Services and the Police Headquarters in Imo State, freeing an unspecified number of prison inmates.

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When asked if the tragic incident was a direct attack on his government, the governor replied in the affirmative.

He explained that security agencies have gathered intelligence on the sponsors of the thugs and their planning leading to the attack on government establishments on Monday.

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“It is not only on my government, it is both on my government and the Federal Government. We have credible evidence leading to those who paid the hoodlums, where they met, and how they met.

Security agencies are already working with this information,” he said.

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“Some people are trying to sponsor a synchronise national crisis to bring the government of Muhammadu Buhari to disrepute, otherwise tell me why these things are happening at this time, particularly in Imo, APC state.

“People are sponsoring these people. Some of them already caught have made confessional statements. I am going to forward my report to the central government.” said Governor Uzodinma.

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