Irrespective of the fact that security operatives are making some efforts to ensure the safety of Nigerians, it must be known without mincing words that Nigeria's security is one of the poorest in the world.
The Inspector general of police today has ordered police officers to deal ruthlessly with members of the idegenious people of Biafra (IPOB) following the attack on the owerri correctional centre in the early hours of Monday.
According to Naija News a News Source, the inspector general police while speaking today during his visit to owerri insisted that IPOB members were responsible for the Imo jailbreak and the razing of the state police command.
Adamu has since urged the police officers to use their rifles against the IPOB and ESN members and crush them to the last man. He also revealed that those responsible for the attacks in Imo state will not be given a place to hide.
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Source: Naija News
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