The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma has vowed to unmask politicians and militants involved in the recent attacks in the state .
Uzodinma who claimed that the attacks were being sponsored by alleged disgruntled politicians in concert with militants and other criminal elements said investigations to unmask the sponsors of these security breaches in the state have reached an advanced stage.
The governor who stated this on Saturday during the occasion of May Day celebration said very soon the long arm of the law will expose and prosecute them .
Uzodimma claimed the politicians, who are now unleashing violence on the people had already promised to make the state ungovernable for his administration.
He said the politicians were carrying out the attacks because they are unable to contain themselves over the developmental strides of his administration in just one year.
Speaking on workers welfare he said,” as we celebrate this year’s May day, my assurance to the people of the state and especially our workers is that I will continue to do my best to ensure that things get better for all of us.”
” I want to assure the workers of Imo State that your welfare will always remain my number one priority. Whatever is necessary to make the organised Labour leadership more effective and efficient I assure you of my commitment to it. In this respect, I assure you that all outstanding check-off dues for the different unions will be cleared in the next few weeks. In like manner, I will not relent in ensuring that Imo workers get the best available training and retraining opportunities and the best available working conditions.”
“I am not a man who makes excuses. I have come to work for the people, no matter the circumstances. No amount of distraction can derail me from my mission. All I ask is for enabling environment of peace so that Imo People can get the very best we can offer. ”
“For us to see those better days, we must refrain from acts that would impede development and progress. We must therefore resolve that this is the only state we have and we should not let any selfish political interest come between us and the state. Politics will come and go but Imo state will remain. Yes, Imo state is the only state we can call our own. Let us preserve and protect our commonwealth”