Wednesday , September 23 2020

Security Operatives Nap another escapee members of Indigenous people of Biafra

The Joint Task Force has rearrested another escapee members of indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), they were rearrested last weekend and are since being handed over to the police for further investigation.

The rearrested persons are those who were arrested during peaceful protests that erupted simultaneously in 2015 at Onitsha and Asaba.

According to the spokesman from (IPOB) who pleaded unanimous said the protests that happened in 2015 was to registered their displeasure over the indiscriminate arrests of it members by the Nigeria government.

Parading the rearrested members of the group last weekend, the outgoing JTF Commander, Major General Abdulazeez Budiashi said that they were rearrested by the security operatives in their hideout.

The protests that happened some years back caused breach of peace in most parts of Nigeria state.

Momah Precious

This situation painted the country in a very bad light before the international community, one of the principal suspect who had been in the wanted list of the police is Momah Precious who is still on the run.

It should been recalled that the persons were arrested before and handed over to the Nigerian police for prosecution, but later escaped from the cell.

The authority were able to arrest two among of the officers on duty on that day, they were trialled and sentenced to ten years imprisonment while others are still on the run.

He appealed to members of the public to give any useful information that could lead to the rearrest of the rest disgusted elements to report to the nearest police command, if rearrested they will face the full warrant of the law.

As at the time of filling in this report the whereabouts of Momah Precious and others is still unknown.


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