According to a report from Daily Post, Alkali Baba Usman, the Inspector-General of Police, has urged officers of the Delta State Police Command to arrest and prosecute members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Usman delivered the charge while speaking to officers of the Command on Monday during a one-day working visit.
He stated, "It is expected that whatever affects Anambra State will most likely affect Asaba." The only thing that separates the towns is the bridge.
According to him, there are always spillovers of protests and agitations from Onitsha to Asaba. That is why they must be prepared to deal with any crime or criminality in order to bring those troublemakers to justice.
In his words;
“You must prepare for the IPOB challenge because it is a prohibited organization and must be treated as such.”
The Indigenous People of Biafra group had vowed to do anything humanly possible to secure the release of its leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
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