– Imo police have arrested 10 suspected IPOB / ESN members responsible for the unrest in the southeastern state
– Among the suspects is a 65-year-old local doctor who was arrested in Ukwuorji, Mbaitoli local government area and led police to the other nine
– According to police, two of the suspects were involved in the attack on the country house of Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma
Owerri, Imo State – Imo State Police Command arrested a local doctor preparing spells for members of the Forbidden Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and the Eastern Security Network (ESN) military wing.
< p class = "align-left"> According to Daily Trust , the command also has nine people in connection with de Arrested in the attack on the country house of Hope Uzodimma state governor. Elkana said police agents captured the 65-year-old local doctor named Ezeugo Ordu on Tuesday June 8th in Ukwuorji in the Mbaitoli municipal administration area, as reported by The Punch .
He said Ordu had admitted to being a member of IPOB / ESN and made useful explanations about the recent attacks on police stations and the residence of Governor Hope Uzodinma.
The police spokesman said Ordu led more activists to the IPOB / ESN camp in a bush near the Njaba River, where nine people were arrested while they were planning another attack.
Note that various charms were recovered from them, Elkanah said that two of the nine arrested in hiding, including the local doctor, were identified as part of the gangsters s that attacked the private governor’s residence Uzodimma and some police stations.
Received surrender and “soft landing”
Elkana said the state police commissioner had IPOB / ESN members or others he called criminal syndicate in the state, especially those who stole police weapons, to voluntarily surrender to allow them a “soft landing”.
He added that the police chief has sworn that those who do not surrender will be arrested and exposed to the full wrath of the law.
The police commissioner also said that Kommando will do everything possible to liberate the Imo state from crime and crime.
Maurice Iwu blames all Imo indigenous people for insecurity
In the meantime Maurice Iwu, the former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), is all indigenous Imo blamed for the current insecurity situation in the state.
Iwu, who is also from the state, claimed that the silence and complicity of the Imo indigenous peoples are smoldering insecurity
He also noted that “no matter who is causing the problem from the outside, there has to be some involvement from the Imo people for this to happen” .