CSP, Two Others Killed, Four Missing In IPOB, Police Clash – Command

Three cops, including a Chief Superintendent of Police, Ben Ajide, on Monday lost their lives when they conflicted with associated individuals with the Indigenous People of Biafra in Ikot Akpan people group in the Essien Udim Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.

It was accumulated that four different officials have been proclaimed missing in the activity which was driven by the expired CSP.

The influenced staff apparently lost their lives during a retaliation dispatched by the police against the individuals from IPOB, claimed to have planned arrangement of composed assaults against police developments and the slaughtering of cops in the state.

An assertion on Wednesday by the express order’ s Public Relations Officer, Odiko Macdon, named, ‘ Unjustifiable assaults on Security official, ‘ said the Commissioner of Police, Andrew Amiengheme, was disheartened by the assaults and killing of cops who are keeping up harmony in the state.

The assertion peruses to a limited extent, ” as of late, in Essien Udim Local Government Area, security staff, especially, the Nigeria Police, Akwa Ibom State Command, have gone under determined, unjustifiable assaults, prompting passings and annihilation of property, a pattern which is absolutely silly and unsuitable.

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He said, ” Though the far off and prompt reasons for these unwarranted assaults are obscure, a watchful examination is headed to unwind same and look for enduring arrangement.

” The Commissioner of Police is profoundly disheartened by the ridiculous assault on security work force who were out keeping up the harmony yesterday, March 30, 2021 which prompted the destruction of CSP Ben Ajide who was the Commander of the Command’ s Quick Intervention Unit and two others, while four others are absent.

Essien Udim Local Government Area

The assertion approached individuals from people in general to chip in valuable data to the police guaranteeing them of the privacy of such data.