Sep 21, 2021

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Police Send Strong Message to Troublemakers ahead of Buhari’s Visit to Imo

  • Imo State Police Command said perfect security precautions were in place prior to President Buhari’s visit
  • Command spokesman Mike Abattam said that anyone trying to wreak havoc during and after the visit will be treated ruthlessly.
  • President Buhari is expected to visit Imo state on Thursday, September 9th to commission some projects

Owerri, Imo State – While President Muhammadu Buhari today, Thursday, September 9, visited the state of Imo, the police have warned troublemakers to stay away from the state or risk the wrath of security forces.

The Punch reported that State Police Department spokesman Mike Abattam issued the urgent warning on Wednesday, September 8th.

However, the police warned that their staff and those of other sister agencies would be on hand to deal with troublemakers during and after the President’s visit.

Abattam is supposed to have said:

” The security precautions are perfect; the orders are maximal. As usual, we have prepared to safeguard the lives and property of citizens.

“We have instructed troublemakers to evacuate the state because tomorrow (today) we will deal ruthlessly with anyone who disturbs the peace of the state, and also in the future.”

Buhari will commission projects in Imo

The Governor of Imo State announced the unveiling on Sunday September 5th when he was at Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport in Owerri spoke in front of journalists.

Uzodimma commented on his return from his official trip to the federal capital territory and said that the president would commission some special projects from his government.

Buhari’s visit: Imo state government sends strong warning to IPOB

In a similar development, IPOB was warned to stay away during President Buhari’s official visit to Imo state. < / p>

The warning was issued by the country no government issued after the sit-at-home arrangement threatened the Nigeri with a leader not wanted in any part of the region. Declan Emelumba, the information commissioner, admitted known this when he spoke to journalists in Owerri on Wednesday September 8th.