Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mohammed Danmallam, on Saturday revealed that inter-agencies synergy and engagement of stakeholders made foiled the sit-at-home order by the terrorist organization, IPOB, last weekend.
Indigenous People of Biafra
The police command in Enugu state on Thursday said the recent sit-at-home order by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra should be disregarded and urged residents to go about their normal businesses.
Their decision was announced after a joint meeting at the headquarters of the Imo State Police Command in Owerri on Monday
Malami had last week justified the continued detention of Dasuki in an interview with the Voice of America.
IPOB said this on Wednesday in a statement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful
Abaribe, who was arrested by the DSS and released on bail after four days, spoke during plenary on Wednesday
Justice Nyako admitted Bright Chimezie, Chidiebere Onwudiwe, David Nwawuisdi and Benjamin Madubugwu to bail.
IPOB made the call against the backdrop of the arrest of Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe by operatives of the Department of State Services on Friday.
This was disclosed in a press statement by the spokesman of IPOB, Emma Powerful
The Command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Lovett Odah, told the News Agency of Nigeria that adequate security preparations had been put in place to secure lives and property of every citizen.
IPOB had earlier issued an ultimatum asking members to sit-at-home on May 30 as a mark of honour for their fallen heroes.
The Abia State Police Commissioner, Anthony Ogbizi, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Aba
IPOB said this in a statement on Thursday by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful
Last Friday the United States Government released a damning human rights report on Nigeria, saying "grave violations of human rights" continued to increase in 2017 while officials who perpetrated them were never prosecuted by the Federal…
The trial judge, Justice Binta Nyako, fixed the date after taking arguments from Chimezie’s counsel, Chukwudi Igwe and counsel to the Federal Government, Collins Aromosele.
The judgment, delivered by the Acting Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Abdul Abdu-Kafarati, on September 15, 2017, also proscribed the activities of IPOB in Nigeria
OPAN, in a statement by its President, Austyn Ogannah, called on the police to withdraw the “spurious charges” without delay and stop harassing journalists for doing their constitutionally backed assignments