By Izuchukwu Adichie
When values cherished by the public are felt to be threatened, then there is an issue because that is a communal matter. In the recent time, our state, Anambra is faced with threats of insecurity brought upon us by our visiting brothers from other southeastern states, who come in here, in the guise of making their voice heard only to deceive our people and abandoned Nnamdi Kanu whom they claimed they are fighting for.
Their mindless criminal and anarchist activities is gradually causing our once economic viable and investment first choice destination state to now becoming an unproductive scape-goating.
The fraught of insecurity has now become a social problem which faces a larger number of people: government vision to build a prosperous homeland, private investors plan of investing in Anambra, our children can no longer go to school on most productive days, traders have chosen other states for their commercial activities and our transporters are currently wallowing in pain.
Our Mondays have now become a Monday without Food and a Monday without Cash. For how long are the criminals going to hold us on siege? Ndi Anambra, this is an existential threat facing us. It is a clarion call for us to rise and tame these rampaging lions and collectively savour the glory. Time is now -especially as there is a state government that has the political will to stay the course.