According to Saharareporters, Anambra State Police Command have announced the posting of it’ s operatives to Ukwulu community in the Dunukofia LGA of Anambra State after they received a threat by some suspected members of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) to invade them.
It was gathered that some individuals who identified themselves as members of the Eastern Security Network, had written a warning letter to the community, giving a threat to launch an attack if they do not stop to disregard the sit- at- home order.
Daily Post reported that people residing in the community saw a notice pasted there on Sunday morning, and it warned them that they would be invaded if they do not stop disregarding the sit- at- home order.
If you could recall, the Indigenous People Of Biafra had earlier ordered for a sit- at- home exercise in the South- Eastern part of the country, every Monday to protest against the continuous detention of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu. However, they later disclosed that people should only observe the sit- at- home order on days Kanu is to go to court.
Even after IPOB’ s new directive, some unknown gunmen are still enforcing the sit- at- home order in the South- East.
According to Saharareporters, the letter that was pasted in the community by the suspected members of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) reads that, ” Respect yourself Ukwulu about sit- at- home, to avoid crying had I known. We are watching you since (sic), and you people are disobeying us because of dead Nigeria.
” From Monday upwards, disobey us again and have yourself (sic) blamed. ESN is coming for you. ”
Replying to the warning letter, the Police Public Relations Officer of the Anambra state police command, DSP Toochukwu Ikenganyia, claimed that the new Anambra state Commissioner of Police, has posted police reinforcement squad to Ukwulu community, and he also implore the community members to assist the police with important info which can help to distinguish the bad elements in their midst.
The PPRO also said that the CP urged the residents to calm down and he also thanked the entire public and the community members for their immediate circulation and calling the police and other security forces if anything arises. Ikenga added that the command was already checking the situations in the community.