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Medical Outreach Panic: End Operation Python Dance to Allay Fears of the People – Chidoka Urges Military

By Chibuike Nwabuko

 Abuja (Sundiata Post) – United Progressives Party’s governorship candidate in Anambra State, Chief Osita Chidoka has expressed worry over the panic triggered by mix-ups at a medical outreach organized by the military in some schools in the state and called on military authorities to immediately end the Operation Python Dance II and withdraw soldiers from the streets to allay the fears and rebuild public confidence in the noble institution of the military, especially in the southeast.

Chidoka while urging the military high command not to gloss over this incident reminded that the Operation Python Dance II has painfully eroded the faith and confidence the citizens hitherto have in the military as their pillar of protection.

He disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday signed by the Director Media, Osita Chidoka Campaign, Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie sent to Sundiata Post.

According to the statement, the reported rights violations and professional misconduct of some unscrupulous uniformed men involved in the main Operation Python Dance II have succeeded in instilling fear in civilians while retarding their desired reliance on the military for such laudable interventions.

“Whereas we have nothing against any genuine social responsibility service by the military, we are greatly disturbed by the unfortunate twist of event, which evinces clearly, the intensity of mistrust and lack of confidence in the military by the civilian population, ostensibly occasioned by undesirable effects of Operation Python Dance II in the southeast”.

While recalling that this is not the first time the military was undertaking such exercise in the region, the Campaign Director noted that the panic and rejection that confronted the latest exercise speaks volumes of the gap that now unfortunately exist between the military and civilian population in the southeast due to the Operation Python Dance.

“It is instructive to note that the witnessed public rejection does not indicate that the people had no need for medical care. While they were running from the military, many citizens were trooping to similar interventions including that organized by the Chidoka Campaign, which recorded hundreds of medical interventions in Onitsha, the same Wednesday, Viola said.

The Chidoka Campaign Director stressed that the reported rights violations and professional misconduct of some unscrupulous uniformed men involved in the main Operation Python Dance II have succeeded in instilling fear in civilians while retarding their desired reliance on the military for such laudable interventions.

Chidoka therefore called on ndi Anambra and all citizens in other states of the southeast to continue to remain calm, law-abiding and go about their normal activities as we expect the military authorities to expeditiously handle the matter.

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