THE General Chairman Community Based Vigilante Group (CBVG), Awka South, Johnson Okafor, has described lack of community support as it borders logistics and finance as the challenges facing the group.
Chief Okafor stated this when the group paid a courtesy call on the Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General of the state, Mrs. Uju Nwogu, to seek the support of the judiciary in prosecuting the erring defaulters.
The vigilante group leader decries some communities’ refusal to meet their financial obligations that keeps and boosts the morale of the local security operatives has brought about the increase in crime and cultism in the local government area.
In her response, the commissioner expressed worry over high rate of crimes in the local government area, and assured the group of her ministry’s readiness to give them adequate support in their fight against crime.
The Public Relations Officers (PRO) of the group, Chief Emma Edozie, thanked the commissioner for her kind gesture in partnering with them and promised that the group will double their commitment to fighting crime in the area.
The delegation includes Engr. Alloy Osunkwo, the General Secretary, Chukwuemeka Okafor – Vice Chairman B Division, Dan Akabueze, Secretary B Division, Sunday Chukwu, Okada monitoring team