As condemnations trail the brutal killing of a Northern Woman and her children in Anambra State, Governor Charles Soludo has vowed to fish out the killers.
The woman and her children are suspected to have been killed by IPOB militants in the state
Gov Soludo described the May 20 killing as “barbaric and unacceptable without naming the killers.
In a Statement signed by Mr Christian Aburime, his Chief Press Secretary, Soludo vowed to fish out the perpetrators and ensured they were dealt with according to law.
He said that all law-abiding Nigerians, irrespective of tribe or religion, were entitled to reside and or do business in any part of the country, including the Southeast and in Anambra without fear of unlawful harassment, molestation or attack of any kind, under any guise by anyone or group.
He said “no group or Nigerian is justified to harass, attack or kill any citizen of Nigeria or anyone resident in Nigeria under any guise whatsoever unless in lawful execution of a court sentence.
“Perpetrators of these heinous atrocities and their sponsors are testing the resolve of the Government and people of Anambra State, but I assure you that efforts are underway to fish out and bring to justice whoever is behind the criminal activities.
“All Nigerians living or doing business in Anambra are assured, of the resolve of the State government to ensure adequate protection of their lives and properties at all times,” he stated.