Rivers CP warns IPOB members, relocate now, or be treated as terrorists.
The Rivers State commissioner of police Joseph Mukan has issued a final warning to the proscribed Indigenous
People of Biafra (IPOB) to relocate from the state or risk being treated as terrorists.
According to a statement signed by the spokesman for the command, Nnamdi Omoni,
the commissioner of police gave the warning after meeting with Divisional Police Officers and Heads of
departments of the tactical units in the command on Thursday.
The CP also declared war against the miscreants who attacked and looted public and private properties,
as well as burnt police stations, with three policemen were killed.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Nyesom Wike has signed an executive order to reinforce the ban on the
Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and its activities in the State.
He made this known in a statement by Mr Kelvin Ebiri, Special Assistant (Media) to the Governor.
Ebiri stated that the governor, in a broadcast on Wednesday night in Port Harcourt, maintained that Rivers
remains the home to all tribes and ethnic nationalities.
According to the statement, the State Government will neither accept nor allow any individual or group from
within and outside to violate the peace, endanger lives and property under any guise.