By Nnamdi Juddy Atupulazi
At his inauguration, Governor Soludo acknowledged the legitimacy of freedom quest, but condemned the use of violence in trying to achieve freedom.
He, therefore, invited the different interest groups/agitators to a discussion. Nothing was heard about that, days on.
He again offered amnesty to those who, in the guise of “unknown gunmen,” have taken up arms and killed innocent people in the state. Nothing was heard.
On Monday, he held a prayer session/church service to end the Monday sit-at-home so productivity can resume on Mondays in Anambra. Many people laughed at him.
In the evening of that Monday, gunmen invaded the church where the service was held and killed a security man.
But if Soludo invites the military to Anambra tomorrow, many people who covertly and/or overtly hailed the activities of gunmen and sit-at-home enforcers will cry that Soludo is killing Ndi Anambra.