Gov.Soludo Has Lost The War Against Agberos..They Are Back and Stronger

A survey was carried out by an online blog Onicha are some results
What’s your experience with Ndi Agbero in Anambra recently? ***

The governor at his swearing-in as governor ended agberos in the state. It’s still a shock to me that l am harassed everyday l go to the market. My goods was almost destroyed at Relief Ndu, 57, Trader

I have gone to collect waybill at Upper Iweka, l was carrying it by myself when some guys ran up to me and told me l should pay. I was surprised because l have no idea things like that happen because the governor apparently ended it. I sha paid them N300 and left. Ada, 23

Emir of Onitsha


My brother. Yesterday was terrible. They wear Ocha Brigade jacket… block Top rank junction, Odumeje junction by Hello gas station dey terrorize Keke people, collecting 500, 1k with abeg. If you no gree pay dey impound the Keke Ask you to pay 15k…but Soludo say na January.

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The worst of it now is that those agbero are now in charge of market levis before you load or offload any container you’ll have a pay 20,000 per a container,and this thing is badly affecting the price of goods,and it will also reduce the rate of people coming in from other state.



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Boarded a vehicle one morning in Onitsha to Asaba, while waiting for the vehicle to move, two men approached me, greeted me and said I should give them money to eat or hand over my phone to them. I ended up giving them 500 naira after small fight and the driver was just watching.

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