A woman recognized as Chimaka Cynthia Duruigbo has stated her father, a motorcyclist working within the Orlu axis of Imo State was wrongly paraded by the police and labelled as a member of the Eastern Security Network – the militant arm of the Indigenous People of Biafra.
Chimaka stated her father was on his means to purchase an merchandise at Orie Okporo market when he was stopped by policemen who burnt his bike and kidnapped him for no cause.
The Imo State Police Command had not too long ago paraded 26 suspected Eastern Security Network (ESN).
The state Commissioner of Police, Abutu Yaro, stated they had been arrested in reference to terrorism and assaults on safety businesses and personal people the place a number of stations had been burnt down and cops killed in numbers.
She said, “NIGERIAN POLICE WHY; This is my father ANTHONY ONYEKWERE DURUIGBO, I just don’t know where to start from. Have you seen how Nigerian police are operating? My father was on his way to buy something at Orie Okporo market in Orlu and we waited and waited for him, but he didn’t come home, not knowing that the so-called Nigerian police stopped him and burnt his bike and abducted him for no just reason.
“Now this is where they took him to, tagging an old innocent man a name that he knows nothing about. Is this how innocent people are been framed up on a daily basis?
“Friends!! Nigerians!! Please speak up for my father, I am tired of the Nigerian police and their operation,” Chimaka posted on Facebook.
This is coming a number of hours after a Nigerian man, Gideon Dominics stated his cousin, Elvis Okafor, was wrongly paraded as ESN member.
In a Facebook submit on Monday, August 2, Gideon stated that the younger man went out to purchase foodstuff for his sick mom.
On May 28, 2021, one Casmir Ibe who lived in Rivers state however visited Imo in preparation for his late father-in-law’s burial was picked by the police and accused of being an ‘unknown gunman’.
In 2017, the International Police Science Association, IPSA, World Internal Security and Police Index, WISPI, ranked the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, 127th out of 127 nations on the earth.
The Nigerian Police Force has a horrible report of human rights abuses and extrajudicial killings.