Senator Ifeanyi Ubah has continued to persuade stakeholders to sue for peace in the wake of the EndSARS protests as youths across the country continue to decry police brutality.
The Capital Oil boss who has been described as the ‘youth ambassador’ was earlier seen in a video moving into the nooks and crannies of Anambra South to call for peace.
Irate Nigerian youths have embarked on massive destruction of properties as they continue to set ablaze public facilities in several parts of the country.
In another move to douse the tension in Anambra, Senator Ubah called for the synergy among community leaders, youths and vigilante security.
He said: “I have spent the past days liaising/consulting stakeholders, local Vigilante, youths and community leaders across Nnewi, Amichi, Ukpor, Osumumenyi and Ezinifite Communities to consolidate security, peace and order in Anambra South.
“we visited some of the burnt police stations, Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC) and Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) offices within my Senatorial District to inspect the degree of damages recorded there. We also paid a visit to various Traditional Rulers, community stakeholders and leaders within my Senatorial District.
“In view of the security challenges occasioned by the nationwide unrest, I believe that there is an urgent need for our Local Vigilante security operatives to synergize with stakeholders, community leaders and youths to rise to the occasion of protecting lives and properties being threatened by external and unidentified elements who have taken advantage of the EndSars protest to wreak havoc and mayhem in our localities.
“Furthermore, I understand the grouse of some political divides who are hiding under the pretext of the unfortunate incident to push twisted and misleading narratives in a bid to score cheap political points. The most important factor is that our collective intervention has yielded tremendous results as no further attacks have been launched on any public or private institution in my Senatorial District.”