To Combat Instability in the South-East, Buhari Approves Technology

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The deployment of cutting-edge monitoring technology to combat crime and instability in Imo and other South Eastern states was approved by the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Tuesday. Following a private discussion with the President at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, the governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, revealed this to State House reporters.

With Buhari’s approval, as stated by the Governor, “sophisticated surveillance technology will be used to combat insecurity without causing collateral harm. The tools will shortly be transported to the South East,” he said. “I also pleaded with him for additional assistance, asking him to help us with some technology deployments so that we could carry out the advanced form of security control that we had planned for the South East. He has also given that his blessing.”

The governor said, “And in a minute, we’ll be receiving some surveillance gear and some cutting-edge technologies that will assist us manage security so we can battle crime with little to no collateral harm to the environment.”

The conversion of the Federal Medical Centre Owerri into a university teaching hospital for the Federal University of Technology and the conversion of the Alvan Ikoku College of Education into a federal college of education were two requests that had previously been granted, according to Uzodimma. He also mentioned that he was on a thank-you visit to the President.

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