Volunteer teenagers from Anambra detain 80 accused offenders in Onitsha

In the Upper Iweka neighborhood of Onitsha, some 80 people who were thought to be prominent criminals were detained.

In the commercial metropolis of Onitsha’s Upper Iweka neighborhood, which is known for having a high crime rate, the alleged perpetrators are thought to be responsible for petty crimes.

The Anambra Youth Volunteers’ leader and the Anambra North zonal coordinator of the Anambra Joint Enforcement Team (ANJET), Mazi Chukwuma Okpalaezeukwu, claimed in a press release that the team’s efforts were spurred by Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, the state governor, who wanted a peaceful Christmas celebration.

In the past few weeks, a voicemail complaining about criminal activity in Upper Iweka went viral. Okpalaezeukwu confirmed that after hearing the voice note, the gang entered.

The Anambra Youth Volunteers would continue to make Upper Iweka and its surroundings uninhabitable for criminals in the future, he stated, working with ANJET and other law enforcement organizations.

“We’ve sent a group of neighborhood young volunteers across the state to assist law enforcement agencies with information and enforcement as necessary. We implore Ndi Anambra to aid Mr. Governor, Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo in his efforts to make our country affluent and livable.

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