The Abia State Commissioner of Police, CP Janet Agbede has warmed the members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, not to enforce the sit at home order in the state, making it known to them that they will deal with them if they try to enforce the order.
The Abia State CP assured the people of Abia State that her office will make sure that they go about their normal businesses without any fear of intimidation or harassment from the group.
The Abia State police boss made this statement as it regards to a recent report that the members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has declared a sit at home order on Mondays across the five south eastern states, starting from Monday, Aug. 9th 2021.
She said: "There are rumours circulating in the state that members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, has resolved to commence a sit at home on every Mondays, with effect from Monday 9 August 2021. The story has it that they have arranged to use their militant arm, ESN to force compliance....."
The Abia State police CP further warned parents to warn and advise their children against participating in such activity, including social media activities which is likely to cause a breach of peace in Abia State.
That is a good one from the Abia State police commissioner. I don't think that this sit at home order is a good one, but let us wait and see how things will eventually turn out to be.
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