According to a report from Daily Post, Oil workers took to their heels today after unidentified gunmen stormed Lee Engineering Company employees in the Assa community of Imo State's Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area, and killed no fewer than four persons. The incident occurred on Monday morning when gunmen ambushed workers in the area.
Today's Headlines: Police Parade ESN Members In Imo, Buhari Seeks National Assembly's Help To End Insecurity
(Photo Credit: Google) Police Parade ESN Members In Imo State The Imo State Police Command paraded suspected members of Eastern Security Network linked to Indigenous People of Biafra. (Photo Credit: Nigeria Newsdesk) The Police spokesperson in the state, Micheal Abattam, who paraded the suspects said they belonged to drug-peddling department of the separatist group.
The Nigerian identified as Ikechukeu Umaefulem is a chief priest of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, the security wing of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB who was arrested by the police command in Imo state. Below is the photo of ESN operatives;Photo Credit: Google.
On Tuesday, the Imo State Police Command announced the arrest of the top priest of the Eastern Security Network, which is associated with the Indigenous People of Biafra. In a statement, the command's spokesperson, Micheal Abattam, said the suspect was apprehended in the state's Orlu area.
A report described how the Imo State Police Command announced that one Ikechukeu Umaefulem, the "Chief Priest" of the Eastern Security Network, the security wing of the Indigenous People of Biafra, had been arrested. Micheal Abattam, the command's spokesperson, said in a statement issued in Owerri, the state capital, that the suspect was apprehended in the state's Orlu area.
According to reports reaching us from a reliable source, the Imo States operatives have killed a suspected arm robber at Egbu, Owerri North Local Government Area of Imo State. The spokesperson for the police command, Micheal Abattam announced in a statement on Thursday. The suspected arm robber armed robber who was robbing a Point of Sale (POS) operator at Egbu, Owerri North Local Government Area of Imo State was shot dead when trying to escape from the police.
In the early hours of today, the Imo State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Micheal Abattam, announced the killing of a notorious armed robbery kingpin known as Bugatti in a gun duel with the members of the state police force on Friday. He further alleged that the incident took place in the forest of Ehime Mbano LGA of the State.
Today's Headlines: Police parade 'ESN members' in Imo, Onochie's rejection Victory for Democracy-PDP
Police Parade 'ESN members' in Imo On Tuesday, the Imo State Police Command paraded some suspected members of the Eastern Security Network, ESN. According to the Police spokesman, Micheal Abattam, he disclosed that the paraded suspects belonged to the drug-peddling department of the group.
On Tuesday, 3rd of August, 2021 Punch Newspaper reported that The Imo State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of 26 suspects in connection with the killing of the Divisional Police Officer of the Omuma Police Divisional Headquarters. Parading the suspects, Punch Newspaper gathered the the police spokesman in the state, Michael Abattam, alleged that the suspects were responsible for recent attacks on the Omuma and Njaba divisional police headquarters.
Police personnel have dealt the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) another crushing defeat in Imo State. Police personnel during a raid on IPOB's camp. Tactical teams of the Imo State Police Command stormed a camp of the armed wing of the proscribed group, the Eastern Security Network (ESN), in Emekeukwu in Owerri North Local Government Area of the State, and engaged the anarchists in a gunfight.
Unidentified gunmen attacked Lee Engineering Company employees in the Assa town in Imo State's Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area, killing at least four people. The incident occurred on Monday morning, according to the DAILY POST, when gunmen ambushed employees in the vicinity. The state's Police Public Relations Officer, Micheal Abattam, did not pick up calls left on his phone, thus the details of the story are still hazy.