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Lai Mohammed accuses IPOB of killing 2 policemen
Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture, has fingered the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), of decapitating heads of two cops.
A footage exhibiting the attack of the officers was circulated online last weekend, stirring controversy in regards to the group’s actions within the south east region.
In a press release on Monday, November 29, 2021, the Minister started that IPOB’s vigilante wing, Eastern Security Network (ESN), was accountable for the ugly double carnage.
The victims identified include Inspector Emmanuel Akubo and Inspector Rufai Adamu along with side ASP Francis Idokowho was kidnapped on Saturday, November 27.
The minister mentioned the kidnapping was ordered by one Chinonso Okafor, and the beheading of the poliemen executed by ESN member known as ‘Gentle’.
“Chinonso Okafor, probably the most powerful commander of ESN in command of Imo and Anambra States, in addition to ‘Gentle’ and all those that committed the horrendous act can be made to face swift and sure justice,” he stated.
Mohammed hinted on Monday the IPOB’s brutal stripe invalidates fresh calls for a political solution to its agitation for an independent nation.