The head of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has set N100 million on Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, south-south Nigeria.
Naija News had announced before that Governor Wike had guided security agents to capture anybody associated with the Federal Government restricted Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) in the south-south state.
Wike’s mandate came after a conflict between speculated IPOB individuals and security operators on Wednesday left two cops killed. This was even as the IPOB individuals supposedly demolished the Police Area Command, Obigbo, Afam Divisional Police Office, and a court, all in Oyigbo Local Government Area (LGA) of Rivers.
Responding to the improvement on Friday night in a statewide transmission, Governor Wike put N50 million abundance for the capture of one Stanley Mgbere who supposedly drove IPOB individuals to do the deadly assaults in Oyigbo.
The Rivers State lead representative said the restricted gathering has kept on growing enrollment drive, holding gatherings routinely, and extending its calculated base.
“Security offices are coordinated to stop any type of parade or fomentation by IPOB in Rivers or any part thereof and capture and arraign any individual or gathering that relates to IPOB in the State. Government will give leader request to fortify compelling requirement of these measures.
“Today (Friday), IPOB proceeded with its fiendish and damaging exercises at Rumukwurushi, Iriebe and Oyigbo in open resistance of the State Government’s check in time on human developments,” Governor Wike said.
Disappointed with Governor Wike’s choice, Kanu has multiplied the abundance the Rivers lead representative put on an IPOB pioneer in the state, putting N100 million on Governor Wike.
The IPOB pioneer put the N100 million on Governor Wike on Sunday, days after his attorney, Barrister Aloy Ejimakor, gave a lawful notification in response to Governor Wike’s organization on IPOB in Rivers state.
In the interim, Naija News comprehends that an abundance is an installment or prize regularly offered by a gathering as an impetus for the achievement of an undertaking by somebody for the most part not related with the gathering.
Source: Naija News