Breaking: In response to the attacks that happened in Imo: Gov Ikpeazu Imposes Curfew On Aba, Umuahia Over Unknown Gunmen

Following the killing of security agents by unknown gunmen, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has forced a time limit in Aba and Umuahia between 10pm and 6am day by day from Monday, April 5 till additional notification.

The decision, according to the government, was as a result of security reports received from multiple sources.

The state Commissioner for Information, John Kalu on Monday said security agencies in the state had been directed to enforce compliance with the governor’s directive to improve security in the state.

However, workers on essential services are exempted but will be required to show their identification cards to security agents.

The statement read, “We urge traditional rulers, men of the State Homeland Security Team and Community Vigilante Services in the state to monitor movement of persons within their respective domains and take necessary measures to protect the people and their property.

“All law-abiding citizens are advised to go about their normal duties, outside the curfew period, without fear of molestation as the security architecture of the state is robust enough to guarantee their safety.”