Some women from Aluu Community in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State have protested to the Rivers State Police Command to demand the immediate release of their "husbands and fathers" arrested by men of the Inspector General of Police Monitoring Unit in Aluu.
Although the aggrieved women who were stopped from accessing the command also want the Commissioner of Police to prevail on men of the IGP Monitoring Unit to vacate their land and should stop aiding those they described as land grabbers to take their land.
The protesters who are mainly womenn from Omu-Keke family in Omu-Ikee Community in Aluu said the Operatives of the IGP Monitoring Unit Aluu have been leading machine operators to damage their crops in their farmlands and thereby causing them hardship.
The protesting In Aluu Women called on Governor Nyesom Wike and CP Friday Eboka to prevail on the IGP commander to order his men to leave their land which they said is their source of livelihood and should immediately release their elders under detention.
"We are tired of the activities of the IGP Unit of the Police in Aluu. If they will not do the right thing and carry out their operations without infringing on people's rights then they should leave our land," one of the women said.
When contacted, the Commander of IGP Monitoring Unit Aluu, Alex Udeze denied any involvement in the land grabbing.
Udeze said that he has been out of town but promise to investigate the issues.
Content created and supplied by: EZEAMA (via Opera News )