The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has claimed that Fulani terrorists are allegedly abducting people in Ozubulu and Ihiala in Anambra State.
Naija News reports that the wanted IPOB leader made this known iNnamdi Kanun a post on his Twitter page on Sunday.
According to the pro-Biafra activist, the ‘Fulani soldiers’ arrived in over 30 Toyota Hilux.
Nnamdi Kanu wrote: “RED ALERT Police cars revolving light!!!
“There are confirmed sightings of ongoing abductions & kidnappings of people around OZUBULU and IHIALA right now by Fulani terrorists/soldiers of the Nigerian Army.
“They arrived in over 30 Toyota Hilux vans. Some were seen patrolling on foot around these areas.”
RED ALERT !!!
There are confirmed sightings of ongoing abductions & kidnappings of people around OZUBULU and IHIALA right now by Fulani terrorists/soldiers of the @HQNigerianArmy. They arrived in over 30 Toyota Hilux vans. Some were seen patrolling on foot around these areas.
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) April 11, 2021
This online newspaper reports that the Federal Government has asked the International Criminal Police (INTERPOL) Organisation for help in tracking for the inmates who escaped in the recent jailbreaks in the country, including the most recent in Owerri, the Imo State capital.
It was gathered that the Nigerian Immigration Service had also been issued an alert, noting that the data of the inmates were being compiled and would be sent to the relevant organizations in batches.
Gunmen on Monday attacked the Owerri Correctional Centre and freed over 1,800 inmates. The attackers also razed the Imo State Police Command headquarters in Owerri and burnt all the vehicles parked at the command headquarters, freeing about 600 suspects in custody.
The NCoS, on its website on Wednesday, stated that it had a total of 84 inmates back in custody. It said the figure included those who did not flee during the jailbreak, those recaptured, those who voluntarily returned and those brought back by their relations, traditional rulers and religious leaders.