You Have Just 48hours; MASSOB Sends Danger Signal to Police

You Have Just 48hours; MASSOB Sends Danger Signal to Police

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ANAMBRA: Few hours after the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPBO and the Director of Radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu demonstrated to the world that he is really a freedom fighter by demanding that the bail granted to him should be extended to other two of his members incarcerated alongside with him, the Chief Ralph Uwazurike’s led faction of Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, otherwise known as Biafra Independent Movement, BIM has warned the Police especially the Assistant Inspector General of Police, AIG, incharge of Zone 9,

Umuahia, Abia State, Mr Hassan Karma, to stop immediately their constant clampdown on its members or face the consequences thereafter.

Sounding the note of warning while reacting to the arrest of the Area Administrator of Orumba South Region of BIM, Innocent Okoye, the Anambra South senatorial zone leader, Chief Arinze Igbani said, “we give them 48 hours to release Okoye or we will paralyse business activities in the state.

“Innocent was arrested with four others because he is a MASSOB member”.

“His offence is that he separated two people who were fighting and the one that felt he was biased called police and told them that Innocent is a MASSOB man.

“The police then stormed his house, ransacked the apartment and removed his property”.

“They came with 15 hilux vans loaded with police men and ransacked his house for no just cause”.

“No amount of provocation by them will make us to be violence as a non violent body fighting to actualize a sovereign state of Biafra”, he added further.

Contributing, the Regional Administrator or Nnewi South, Anthony Nwodo, accused the police of illegal arrest and seizure of property of their members.

“The police should be called to order now to avoid escalating the anger of the people”, Nwodo warned.

By: Amos Igwe from Onitsha

ANAMBRA: Few hours after the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPBO and the Director of Radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu demonstrated to the world that he is really a freedom fighter by demanding that the bail granted to him should be extended to other two of his members incarcerated alongside with him, the Chief Ralph Uwazurike’s led faction of Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, otherwise known as Biafra Independent Movement, BIM has warned the Police especially the Assistant Inspector General of Police, AIG, incharge of Zone 9,

Umuahia, Abia State, Mr Hassan Karma, to stop immediately their constant clampdown on its members or face the consequences thereafter.

Sounding the note of warning while reacting to the arrest of the Area Administrator of Orumba South Region of BIM, Innocent Okoye, the Anambra South senatorial zone leader, Chief Arinze Igbani said, “we give them 48 hours to release Okoye or we will paralyse business activities in the state.

“Innocent was arrested with four others because he is a MASSOB member”.

“His offence is that he separated two people who were fighting and the one that felt he was biased called police and told them that Innocent is a MASSOB man.

“The police then stormed his house, ransacked the apartment and removed his property”.

“They came with 15 hilux vans loaded with police men and ransacked his house for no just cause”.

“No amount of provocation by them will make us to be violence as a non violent body fighting to actualize a sovereign state of Biafra”, he added further.

Contributing, the Regional Administrator or Nnewi South, Anthony Nwodo, accused the police of illegal arrest and seizure of property of their members.

“The police should be called to order now to avoid escalating the anger of the people”, Nwodo warned.

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