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Unimaginable consequences awaits Security Officers – Nnamdi Kanu warn
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Nnamdi Kanu has penned to Abuja’s British High Commissioner seeks for the attention over the ceaseless slaying of its group’s members and mishandling of human rights.
In an open post disseminated on his Facebook web page on Friday with the caption ‘Fulani Barbarism & Penchant For Terrorism Knows No Bounds’ stated that regardless of “terror attacks” on members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) two Sundays in the past police nonetheless haunt for survivors in different clinics.
Kanu recounted that the Police Commissioner of Enugu State instructed for farther clampdown of fled members with harms in the hospital where they are taking medication for bullet injuries.
A particular patient, Ofornedu Okoafor, Kanu stated, the Police officers tracked right down to UNTH in the early hours of Friday, 4 September 2020, and was apprehended with his old father at the clinic whereas on treatment.
The IPOB leader pointed out that the event has heightened the variety of deaths recorded, from 21 to 23.
He, nonetheless, cautioned that the consequences of their activities are not going to be comprehended if something hurt befalls the aforesaid victim.
Nnamdi Kanu indicted the British High Commission, Abuja of aiding the persistent attacks on IPOB attributable to their lingered silence, adding that the current activities of the Boko Haram terrorists have been on account of mindless Nigeria Police’s ‘Brutality and savagery’.
Recall that the Enugu Police Command announced earlier in the week some hooligans wrecked security checkpoints in the state and caraway weapons and set automobiles on the flame.
Nonetheless, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, who is the Chief Security officer of the state, had solicited to residents to bring back the items carted away from the safety agents.
Ugwuanyi, who is the governor, vowed to establish a panel of investigation into the loss of life involving IPOB, Airforce, Police, and SSS.
Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu earlier warned on Friday while responding to the directive by the Police DPO, Enugu to occupants in Barracks over increasing safety dangers.
Kanu stated those who killed members of the group, IPOB will continue to use the tunnel in carrying gout their operation in the state till Biafra is restored.
The signed notice by the Police Divisional Officer Central Police Station Enugu, CSP Ezenwa Onyekaba, read: “With regards to security challenges in the State, the DPO urges all residents in the Barracks to please make use of the second gate till further notice.