Senator Moro regrets the Otukpo Road’s condition and the level of security in Benue

The eight-kilometer section of the Otukpo township road is in disrepair, according to Abba Moro, senator for Benue South Senatorial District.

Moro also expressed alarm about the rising level of insecurity in his senatorial district, claiming that it is impeding local development.

After earning a Lifetime Achievement Award at the ongoing 10th Idoma International Carnival, he addressed in Otukpo.

Look at this eight-kilometer stretch of road from the General Hospital to the roundabout, for screaming out loud. Is it too much to ask of a firm that has benefited from our labor to fulfill its corporate social responsibility? No, is the response.

“If you are from Oju, I’m certain you won’t travel tonight. If you are from Ogbadibo, I’m confident that you won’t go home tonight. The difficulties were before us because just a few hours prior, some Agatu residents told me they had to return home because their route had grown hazardous.

The time has arrived for us to take control of our destiny, he continued. Do we throw in the towel and commit suicide without intervening if the police and security agencies are unable to guarantee security for us?

Moro urged everyone to work together to create the Idoma nation alongside Prince Edwin Ochai, the creator of the Idoma International Carnival.

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