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Cause of insecurity in South East is total failure in governance in Imo, Federal level -Fmr SSG

…says I was Buhari’s fanatic in 2015

…if US can discuss with Talibans what’s stopping Buhari

…says Gulak’s death is APC-APC violence induced

By Emman Ovuakporie

Former Secretary of Imo State Government, Hon Uche Onyeagocha has said the cause of insecurity crisis in Imo could be traced to total failure in governance at the Federal level and Imo State.

Onyeagocha made this revelation in a national television chat monitored by NaijaOnPoint.com, (TNG) on Tuesday.

The former SSG said the major cause of the  crisis is purely the exclusivity of the South East by the centre based on the 95 percent to 5 percent declaration by President Muhamnadu Buhari.

He said the exclusivity could also be attributed to the crisis in the zone which the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has not been able to resolve.

He explained that insecurity in Nigeria is not about the South East alone but all over the country “every day you hear that at least 100 Nigerians are killed”.

“This points to the fact that something is wrong with the leadership of this country.

On  the death of Ahmed Gulak, Onyeagocha said: “It’s purely an APC problem because he was the one that ran away with Imo State results in cohoot with Adams Oshiomhole that manipulated the results.

“Nobody is happy about the killings because they are our brothers and nobody can be happy about it be an Igbo or any other tribe.

” In 2015 I was a strong fanatic of Buhari going round the country with this same Lai Mohammed who is now replicating PDP Information minister in the country now.

“If the US can negotiate with the Talibans what’s stopping Buhari from coming to the South East from coming to the east to negotiate.

“The Talibans have killed more American soldiers yet they have gone to the negotiating table with the Talibans”.

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