Today's Headlines: Gunmen Attack Imo Police Station, Kill 5, U.S Issues New Terrorism Threat Warning
Unknown gunmen attack Imo police station, kill 5 people Photo Credit: Punch Five persons were killed on Saturday morning when hoodlums invaded Izombe Police Divisional headquarters in the Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State. It was gathered that while two policemen on duty were shot dead, three of the invaders also lost their lives.
The police in Imo State said they have raided another camp operated by the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and its militant wing, Eastern Security Network (ESN). Source: Daily Trust The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, CSP Michael Abattam, said in Owerri that the success was part of the ongoing clearance Operation embarked by the Imo State Police Command aimed at wiping out the remnants of the proscribed insurgent group.
Photo credit: Google Officer killed as police raid IPOB’s camp in Imo A police officer was reportedly killed in a gunfight with suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Akata, Oru East LGA of Imo state. Photo credit: TheCable In a statement issued on Friday, Michael Abattam, the Imo State Police spokesperson, confirmed the development.
Today's Headlines: Police Kills Suspected IPOB/ESN Member In Imo; No Plan To Bring Back SARS –Police
Police kills suspected IPOB/ESN member in Imo, recovers arms The Imo State Police Command said on Thursday that during a gun battle, officers shot and killed a suspected member of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra and Eastern Security Network IPOB/ESN terror gang at Umuchoke in Imo State's Ehime Mbano LGA.
It was reported that a group of gunmen on Thursday attacked a police station with petrol bombs in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State. According to The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Michael Abattam, issued a statement confirmed the attack that occurred on Friday evening.
IMO: The Beating Of A Prison Escapee To Death Is Cruel, The Police Should Be Allowed To Do Their Job
The occurrence and frequency of Jungle Justice in Nigeria have been a major source of concern for human rights organizations, state and non-state actors alike. It violates people's right to life and is a clear indication of lawlessness and disregard for the rule of law, both of which are all too common in Nigeria.
The Imo State police order on Friday said no one kicked the bucket in an assault on the Isiala Mbano Divisional Police headquarter situated at Umuelemai on Thursday. This is coming after indigenes said a female cop was shot dead when the hoodlums struck. An assertion by the order's spokeperson Michael Abattam, said the police operatives engaged the assailants when they struck and that no arms were lost during the assault despite the fact that they damaged a part of the structure.
Police in Imo State arrested a suspected chief priest of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN), Ikechukwu Umaefulem. According to the state police spokesperson, Michael Abattam stated that one pump action gun with five rounds of live cartridges, one Improvised Explosive Device, knockouts, gun power, Biafran flag and other spiritual items were recovered from him.
Today's Headlines: Police Battle Suspected ESN Members; Many Injured In Attack On Kaduna Communities
Photo credit: Google Police battle suspected ESN members in Imo The police in Imo State have invaded a suspected camp of Eastern Security Network (ESN) in Akata, Oru East Local Government Area of the state. Photo credit: Vanguard Newspapers Michael Abattam, the State Public Relations Officer (PPRO), told journalists in Owerri on Friday.
Another ESN commander killed The police say they killed three suspected Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) members, including the group's commander, in a firefight on Saturday in Amaifeke, Orlu LGA, Imo state. Photo Credit: Thecable This was stated by Rabiu Hussaini, the state's police commissioner, in a statement issued on Sunday by Michael Abattam, the state's police spokesperson.
Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB/ESN Leader). A camp operated by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network, was raided by Nigerian Police. It is said to be one of the successes achieved in the state. The camp is said to be located in a valley, in Amaifeke, in the Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State.
The Police in Imo State have killed three and arrested two suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in a gun battle in an uncompleted building situated in a valley in Amaifeke, Orlu. Source: Dailypost The Commissioner of Police, CP Rabiu Hussaini, made the announcement in a statement signed by the state's spokesperson, Michael Abattam, on Sunday.
Police Arrest 'ESN Chief Priest' Photo Credit - Punch Newspapers The Imo State Police Command on Tuesday said its operatives have arrested one Ikechukwu Umaefulem, the 'Chief Priest' of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), the security arm of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Today's Headlines: Police Kill Three IPOB Members In Imo; No More Amnesty For Bandits- Gov Matawalle
Police Kill Three IPOB Members In Imo. The Police in Imo State have killed three and arrested two suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in a gun battle in an uncompleted building situated in a valley in Amaifeke, Orlu. Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria
On Saturday morning, August 14, 2021, hoodlums attacked the Izombe Police Divisional headquarters in the Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State, killing five people. While two officers on duty were killed, three hoodlums were also killed, according to reports. The attackers, who planned to bomb the station, engaged the officers in a duel that resulted in several lives being lost.
Suspected Fulani herdsmen on saturday evening reportedly kidnapped students of Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State. The suspects also shot and killed a student of Marist Comprehensive Academy, Uturu. They also robbed motorists and passengers who were en route to Port Harcourt from Enugu and from Okigwe town to Enugu, respectively.
Three IPOB members were neutralized, according to the Imo State Police Command, who were terrorizing the Orlu village. The command spokesperson, CSP Michael Abattam, announced the announcement in a statement on Saturday. As part of its continuing clearance operations, the police spokesperson stated the command stormed significant IPOB/ ESN camps in the state.
Mob Lynches IPOB Member Enforcing Sit At Home In Imo. An angry mob lynched a leader of the Eastern Security Network, ESN on Monday while trying to enforce a sit-at-home order alongside his gang members. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette The police spokesperson, CSP Michael Abattam, confirmed the incident to journalists in Owerri, Imo State.
According to a report by Daily Trust, an intense action has been taken by the Police force in Imo State, who claimed that they have successfully raided another camp operated by the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and its militant wing, Eastern Security Network (ESN).
Police Arrest ESN Chief Priest With Charms Photo Credit: Vanguard Police in Imo State has arrested the suspected chief priest of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN), Ikechukwu Umaefulem. State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Michael Abattam in a statement, noted that Umaefulem is the Chief Priest and spiritual leader of Life Sabbath Synagogue, Amii, Akabo in Ikeduru Local Government Area of the state.