Group Fingers DPO, ISPAC Over Attack On Ibaa Native

A group known as Fubi Political Associates has called on the Inspector General of Police to investigate the invasion of the home of one Chief Fubara Ohaka, a prominent native of Ibaa Community, Emohua Local Government Area.

In a petition to the Inspector-General of Police(IGP), the group alleged that the invasion of Chief Ohaka’s home was carried out by the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), and Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) of Rumuji Police Division. in collaboration with the disbanded ISPAC in Ibaa led by one Ndidi Eke.

Spokesperson of the group, Dimkpa Jaja in a press briefing last Friday in Port Harcourt disclosed thaton Saturday, 27th November, 2021 as at 1530 hours, while they were celebrating the age grade Induction in Ibaa, the serving DPO and his DPO in Rumuji, in company of few police officers and members of the disbanded ISPAC security, led by one Ndidi Eke stormed the compound of Chief Hon. Fubara Ohaka to unlawfully whisk him away with the claims of order from the Rivers State Commissioner of Police without an invitation letter or warrant of arrest been presented.

Mr. Jaja further explained that on enquiry from the police headquarters it was discovered that the Rivers State Commissioner of Police, CP Friday Eboka was not aware of the said arrest besides no warrant of arrest or invitation of any kind was extended to Chief Ohaka.

Mr. Jaja who dismissed allegation that Chief Ohaka is wanted by the Police expressed worry that the DPO and his DCO who are fully aware that Force headquarters is handling the matter involving Chief Ohaka will throw caution to the wind and act in most unprofessional manner not befitting of a senior Police officer.

The spokesperson of the group wondered  how a serving DPO and DCO whose mandate is to protect lives and property of everyone under his jurisdiction will be operating freely with  members of the disbanded local Vigilance group led by NDIDI EKE in the area, when numerous atrocity of the disbanded ISPAC  is on record.

Mr. Jaja alleged that despite several complaints of kidnapping, killing and deadly assaults made against members of disbanded  ISPAC in Ibaa led by Ndidi, the DPO and his DCO has refused to act or investigate the alleged atrocities committed by the disbanded ISPAC.


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