The Police in Rivers State might be planning for a confrontation with the State Government, as Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mukan approached Governor Nyesom Wike to handover previous Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Joy Nunieh, to him.
Wike had dashed to Nunieh's home alongside a portion of his security subtleties on Thursday to protect her from security agents who asserted they had requests to capture her.
The senator who raged that the security agents had no capture warrant took Nunieh under defensive care in Government House, Port Harcourt.
In any case, instructions newsmen at his office in Port Harcourt Friday, Mukan approached the representative to handover Nunieh to him, taking note of that the last was under scrutiny.
He further said that the cops from the Inspector General of Police Monitoring Unit were embraced by the Rivers State Police Command before continuing to the habitation of the ex-NDDC chief.
The Command additionally said the activity was authentic and pair with the law, criticizing the activity of the representative as shocking.
"It is extremely appalling in light of the fact that under ordinary condition if His Excellency (Wike) is stating that he went to protect her, he should give her to me since I am the Commissioner of Police on ground and I will be in a superior situation to take her than for him to take her to Government House.
"No one said he ought not secure his residents, however everything ought to be done inside the bounds of the law.
"So in the event that you salvage your resident, we anticipate that you should give her to the police who are in a superior situation to ensure her. I despite everything accept he is going to turn her over on the grounds that the activity was real. It was inside the bounds of the law."
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