In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 30th, September, 2020

Stress As Police, Military Patrol Imo Forward Of Sit-At-Dwelling Order

Tension As Police, Army Patrol Imo Ahead Of Sit-At-Home Order

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In keeping with The PUNCH, the police, military, and different safety businesses on Wednesday started patrolling the nooks and crannies of Owerri, the Imo State capital, forward of the October 1 sit-at-home order declared by the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra.

The mixed groups of safety brokers took to the streets of Owerri in what the state police command referred to as ” operation Present of Power”.

Our correspondent learnt that the ‘Present of Power’ which induced heavy gridlock within the state capital additionally came about in all of the ten police space instructions that make up the state.

The Police Spokesperson within the state, Orlando Ikeokwu, who spoke to our correspondent in Owerri stated that there was no trigger for the alarm.

Ikeokwu confirmed that the present of power was in response to the sit-at-home order declared by the proscribed IPOB.

The police spokesperson stated that the operation Present of Power was to reassure the individuals of the state that the police along with the safety businesses had been able to defending them.

Ikeokwu stated, “There isn’t a trigger for the alarm. The patrol is named Operation Present of Power.it reveals that we’re nonetheless within the enterprise of defending lives and properties. We’re doing it in collaboration with different safety businesses and it’s happening in all of the ten space instructions within the state.

” It’s in response to the sit-at-home order declared by IPOB. We’re assuring the members of the general public that we’re able to defending them and that they’ll go about with out molestation and benefit from the October 1 public vacation as declared by the federal authorities.”

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