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Imo Police Deploys Tactical Squad To Hunt Down Suspected IPOB/ESN Attackers


The Commissioner of Police, Imo State Command, CP Aboki Danjuma has deployed the Command’s Special Tactical Squad and equipped them with the available resources in collaboration with other sister security agencies to hunt down suspected IPOB/ESN elements, allegedly responsible for the attacks on Correctional Service Farm Settlements, Umualomoke and the residence of Dist. Senator Patrick Ndubeze representing Imo North at the National Assembly both in Okigwe, in the early hours of Monday.

In a statement issued Monday by the Imo Police Command Public Relations Officer ASP Henry Okoye, he said that such attack has resulted in the release of seven (7) inmates, and abduction of the officer in charge of the farm settlement, and the death of a Police Inspector respectively.

He said that the CP during his visit to Okigwe for an on-the-spot assessment of the ugly incidents wherein has mandated the special tactical squad operatives to intensify efforts in ensuring that the officer in charge of the farm settlement is rescued unhurt and the fleeing inmates arrested and made to face the full wrath of the law.

The CP called on the general public who may have any useful information that will assist the operatives in arresting the hoodlums responsible for the attacks to kindly report at the nearest Police Station.

He also encourages the good people of Imo State to go about their lawful business without any form of fear as the Command is on top of the situation and has placed adequate security measures to forestall future occurrences.

Danjuma reaffirmed the Command’s unwavering commitment to ensuring that the State is adequately protected. He vowed that the hoodlums responsible for the attacks would be arrested and brought to book.

Credit: The Nigeria Lawyer

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