- Anambra businessmen led by real estate investor Kennedy Okonkwo have donated to the Anambra State Insecurity Trust Fund
- A popular nightclub investor known as Obi Cubana, was among those who donated to the state government
- Igbo highlife musician Kingsley Okonkwo and his brother, popularly known as E-Money, donated also for the cause
Awka – Some prominent Anambra businessmen turned 100 on Wednesday June 29th Millions of N donated to the state government to help combat insecurity in their area.
< p class="align-left">Among those who donated the money are Kennedy Okonkwo, Emeka Okonkwo, commonly known as E -Money, Obinna Iyiegbu, also known as Obi Cubana, and a musician, Kingsley Okonkwo, commonly known as Kcee Limpopo .
Punch newspaper reports, that the group also met with the state’s governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, at Government House, Awka on the same day.
The businessmen also said they were in Anambra to seek a strategic partnership with the state government in key business and industrial sectors ranging from real estate, entertainment and transportation.
Okonkwo, who led the group, said to the governor:
“We are pleased with your fight against criminals in the state and will always support you.”
Police kill two gunmen in Anambra state
As security agencies continue to crack down on criminal elements in Anambra, police have killed two gunmen in Obosi , a municipality in the state’s Idemili North Administrative Region.
He said the incident happened around 11:39 p.m . on Sunday, June 26, as activists on a routine patrol addressed gunmen operating in a bus, red Toyota Corolla, and motorcycle along the Obosi-Nkpor road in the community.
Police agents kill 4 unknown gunmen in Anambra, intensify hunt on others
Recall that police agents in Anambra killed 4 of the gunmen who recently terrorized various parts of the state
According to police, the four were taken out during a firefight in the Umuchu community in the state’s Aguata County.
This was announced by the State Police Commissioner, Echeng Echeng, during a press conference held at the command’s headquarters in Amawbia, Awka South Governorate, in May.
Uncertainty: The government de s Anambra State Begins Registration of Carriers
Meanwhile, the Anambra State Government has announced the start of biometric counting and registration of all carriers. organizations and operators in the state.
This was disclosed in a statement from the Anambra State Internal Revenue Service, AIRS, and issued on behalf of Sylvia Tochukwu Ngige, Associate Director/Head, Taxpayer Education and reconnaissance team, signs the Chair.
Participants include transport stakeholders, the shuttle buses, tricycles popularly known as keke, trucks including mini-trucks, dump trucks, trucks and taxis operate.