(From Vanguard (Nigeria) - AAGM)
Byline: Okwara Amaigbo
The powers that be in Imo PDP should find OGB's assassins quickly to prevent the imminent bloodbath.
IT is tempting to shrug off the recent resurgence of political killings especially in Imo State by stating the fact that political violence has been part of our political culture. One has only to recall the spate of political violence in Western Nigeria in 1965 and 1983 to give credence to that feeling of de ja vu.
Unfortunately, that 'we have all seen it before' feeling does not explain the emergence of Imo State as a theater of deadly political war, where live, flying bullets have replaced the verbal brickbats we were used to throwing at one another.
First Imo State had the distinction of being one of the most peaceful states in post-Abacha Nigeria. Some would argue that the peace it had was the graveyard variety. Intimidation worked for the establishment. It did not work with Dr. Krapduwa, a physician who came from the United …