President General of Orluzurumee Peoples Assembly, the apex social cultural Union of Orlu zone, Dr. Christian Esiobu, has called on the Nigeria military and the members of the Eastern Security Network to be focused and stop the act of molesting as well as harassing the Innocent civilians in the zone.
This is even as he warned them to cease using Orlu as a battle field to test their individual strengths and training.
Esiobu popularly known as Guber made this disclosure in a press release signed by he himself and made available to Lead Newspapers.
Esiobu who recently emerged the president General of Orlu Zurumee Peoples Assembly after contesting with Prof. JSI Ike which he was voted unopposed made it clear that Orlu Local Government and Orlu zone in general had been known with peace stressing that the security Agencies should know the appropriate time to act as well as the right people to deal with and not innocent civilians.
As contained in the release, the new President who frowned at what he termed deviation from the tenets of the Association vowed to bring back the glory of the organization pointing out that as one of the founding members of the organization, the organization in the past was seen and used as an avenue to assist the people of the zone in every ramification including providing jobs and settling serious disputes between Orlu people and beyond.
He however pointed out that Orlu Zurumee played a major role in Professor Anwuka and Awuzie becoming Vice Chancellors of Imo State University.
Dr. Esiobu, a one time Governorship candidate in Imo however used the forum to commend the Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma for handing over officially the Orlu Zurumee civic centre situated at Okporo to the Association.
Describing the Civic centre as his baby project, Esiobu recalled how he inculcated the idea of the civic centre to the former Governor of Imo State, Senator Rochas Okorocha as well as travelling abroad to invite sons and daughters of Orlu zone for a launch which according to him gave rise to the edifice civic centre they enjoy today.