We freed IPOB women on a condition of “NO MORE PROTEST”– Okorocha
Immediately after the women were freed by a high court in Owerri unconditionally, the police issued a statement ……….
claiming that the release of the women who were arrested and detained for protesting over the whereabouts of the missing IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu was effected following Okorocha’s intervention.
According to the statement, “The Imo State Governor, Owelle Anayo Rochas Okorocha, in collaboration with the Commissioner of Police, Imo State CP, Dasuki Galadanchi has graciously intervened in the immediate and unconditional release of the over 100 IPOB women who were remanded by the court in Owerri for unlawful assembly and breach of public peace.
“The magnanimous intervention for the release was sequel to appeals by concerned individuals who had promised that there will be no repeat of such public disorder in the state by the proscribed group.
“The Commissioner of Police warned that the Police Command will not accommodate lawlessness and attempts by any person or group of persons whose stock in trade is to cause mischief and breakdown of law and order in the State”