IPOB/Locals Clash: Police Arraign 32 Members In Port Harcourt

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The Rivers State Police Command has arraigned members of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) arrested during the recent clash between the group and some residents of Oyigbo Local Government Area of Rivers State.

The arrested persons, which the Commissioner of Police in the state, Zaki Ahmed, put at about 32, were arrested for allegedly causing the breach of peace and destroying properties, and also killing a Police Sergeant during the crisis.

The persons are currently in the premises of the state High Court but yet to be arraigned.

There is heavy presence of security operatives and movement into the court premises is also restricted.

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