Leave Akin Fakore Alone: By Donald Akpa – The lingering noise in River state corridors of power precisely in government house over the Unwholesome call for the removal or redeployment of the commander of Anti-robbery squad SARS from Rivers state is very much uncalled for considering the fact that rivers state before now remained a theatre of fierce militant and terrible political activities. Even before the formation and appointment of Akin Fakorede.
One amazing thing is the colouration or evil scenario of painting the performance of a vibrant
Young enforcement officer who refused to be involved in corruption with activities of a political
Party all to give him a bad name of exhibiting bias with his official conduct of duties for
The peoples Democratic party in Rivers state and their co-travellers branding the commander
Of SARS mr Akin Fakorede as Apc man and engaging themselves in needless propanganda,
Organizing street protests in port harcourt, issuing endless press release calling for his
Redeployment from the state are all attempts to divert peoples attention from the main issue
Of furtile efforts of the state government to tame the roaring monster of cultism, stage
Managed amnesty and patronage of evil gang to winning elections and subsequent
abandonment without settlement resulting in making the state ungovernable , and now
engulfed in restiveness at community level seeking attention even as some of us in diaspora
are very informed of the high level of confusion in the state.
The solution to the imbroglio and confusion of the political class hanging their bags of
Frustration on as innocent man is to please and please leave The commander of SARS mr
Akin Fakorede alone to perform his duty as he is not a member of any political party, but a law
Enforcement officer trying his best to ensure sanity in the society.
Evil thrives in the society where good people refused to do something ,
likewise the confusion
Of militancy and cultism in the state can not continue under the watchful eyes of SARS
Commander. Hence an attempt to enforce discipline in the process caught the attention
Of those who thought it otherwise.
A word is enough for the wise.
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