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Governor Soludo Assigns Monday As Prayer Day in Anambra

by Austin Areh
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We must clearly note that the Nigerian culture is second to none when it comes to ethnical standards and an identity that draws respect and honour in the course of our interactions. This is why as much as the rise of social media has been in place, we still find very adequate checks and balances put in place to make sure that the Nigerian identity is not lost along the line.

However in recent times, the growth of social ills like internet fraud cases aka yahoo yahoo, rituals and others have put a little black stain in our glowing identity and in reaction to this, the government agencies charged with checking these problems have been proactive and effective in bringing people who have engaged in these shameful acts to book, not minding their societal standings or influence.

In the past months , we have seen so many cases of internet fraudsters being brought to book from state to state and this has led to discouraging the insane act of internet fraud and other ills in the society. While the EFCC has been proactive in checking the rise of this I’ll, there is also a need to remind ourselves of the belief systems that have created a strong foundational balance to the growth rate and exposure in the society.

The Anambra State Governor has announced that the state should Observe a day’s prayer session to check the rate of attacks in the state and the South East region generally. He added that the prayer session is to hold on April 4th, 2022, in places of worship across the State. While in attendance at a stakeholder’s meeting aimed at discussing the peaceful options, with Security Chiefs, Traditional And Religious leaders, at the Prof. Dora Akuyilli Women Development Centre, Awka, Anambra State.


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