Biafra; Two IPOB members Arrested, Anambra Decides 2017






The Anambra State Police Command on Thursday said it captured two associated individuals with the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, at a printing press in Onitsha.

“We recouped a large number of handouts printed by the IPOB individuals who were intending to disseminate same to the general population keeping in mind the end goal to cause anxiety and keep individuals from practicing their establishment amid the Anambra State Governorship race slated for 18 November 2017”, the state Commissioner of Police, Garba Baba Umar said in an announcement.

Mr. Umar said the printing press was struck at around 11:00 a.m. following an insight report.

As per a police, the suspects captured amid the operation were recognized as Udeagha Ebube Chukwu, 27, and Elochukwu Okoloji, 37.

The official further guaranteed reputable residents in the express that it won’t yield in its endeavors towards guaranteeing safe and secured condition some time recently, amid and after the decision.

Chief among some of the hurdles before the successful conduct of the election is the call for its boycott by the Nnamdi Kanu-led separatist IPOB group..





The gathering says it doesn’t need the November 18 race to hold until the point when the Nigerian government acquiesces to its interest for a choice for the acknowledgment of the breakaway territory of Biafra.

Be that as it may, Mr. Kanu’s whereabouts stay obscure after conflicts happened between IPOB individuals and officers who were on a military operation in Abia State.

As the conflicts proceeded with, the military named IPOB a fear based oppressor association, a choice later sponsored by the government through a court arrange. While Mr. Kanu’s legal advisor blamed the armed force for capturing his client on September 14.


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