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Be afraid of IPOB, stay away from South-South, South-East, police tell officers

The Delta State Police Command has warned its officers to stay away from the South-South and South-East region as unknown gunmen believed to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) continue to wreak on police facilities in the region.

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In a wireless message seen by Peoples Gazette on Tuesday, the police command in Delta state accused IPOB of carrying out deadly attacks in the south-south and southeast region.

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The command further asked officers to desist from taking up escort duties to specific states in the South-South and South-East region till the region’s security situation improves.

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The directive follows incessant attacks on Police and other government facilities in the South-South and South-East region by unknown gunmen.

Scores of police officers have been killed in the last few weeks across the regions with police stations, divisional headquarters attacked, guns and ammunition snatched.

On Tuesday, Peoples Gazette reported how unknown gunmen burnt down NDLEA and INEC office in Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia state.

In the past weeks, The Gazette also reported incessant attacks on police stations and divisional headquarters in states across the South-South, South-East region.

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In April, The Gazette reported an attack on Imo governor Hope Uzodinma’s home in Omuma, Oru East local government of the state.

The wanton attacks on the police structure in the region have continued to instil fear in police officers, forcing them to seek redeployment outside the zone.

Already, governors of the southern states have asked President Muhammadu  Buhari to address the  on the growing security challenges bedevilling the region and the country at Large.

This protected conflict further raises concerns about the safety of lives and properties in the region which is gradually turning to the den of unknown gunmen.

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