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The Abia state police commissioner allegedly orders removal of Close Circuit Television installed at Nnamdi Kanu’s compound.
In a video shared by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Kanu on Thursday showed some men of the police with ladder, climbing electric poles where the CCTV cameras were attached to remove them.
Kanu revealed many of the cameras mounted at his hometown are private properties and fixed for security purpose.
He queried why the officers under CP Ene Okon would diffuse the cameras said the same gadgets were used during the military invasion at his home in 2017 leading to the death of his parents.
He revealed, so far, they have succeeded in uninstalling two cameras but there are other thirty-six other concealed to pick any fallout attack and they are streaming live.
He warned Nigeria media outlets to be accurate in their reportage, urged report ongoing police and military presence at his residence ready to cause trouble.
He, however, said ‘it is the responsibility of Her Britannic Majesty’s government through the British High Commissioner in Abuja to call the Fulani controlled murderous Nigerian army and police to order’.