In Alor community in Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State, over 3,000 person marched in protest yesterday due to government’s imposition of caretaker committee in the area, Movement of vehicles was restricted as a result of the crowd which included clergy men, women and traders.
The protest was led by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Chief Emeka Ngige along side many other lawyers, medical doctors, vice chancellors of universities, engineers, pharmacists, journalists among others.
The community members carried placards with different inscriptions like “Anambra Government leave Alor alone; we say no to imposition of caretaker; Enough is enough among others.
The Nation gathered that the community’s late monarch, Igwe James Nkworka had inaugurated a committee for Alor progressive Union (APU) election before he died. Addressing reporters yesterday, the spokesman of the community, Chief Emeka Ngige (SAN) said they would no longer stomarch the ills that go on in the area, declaring that “Enough is enough.”