Police Invite Human Rights’ Activist, Gwamnishu In Case Of Murder

A human rights’ activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, has revealed how males of the Nigerian police invited him for an interview over a homicide case at Zone 5 Headquarters in Benin City, Edo State.

Gwamnishu, who resides at Nnebusi Road, Asaba, acquired the letter dated, August 25, 2021, on Thursday.

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According to the letter signed by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Polycarp C. Dibia, Gwamnishu has to report back to the mentioned station on September 1, 2021, by 10am for questioning.

A replica of the letter titled, “Police Invitation Letter- Re: Case of Murder” was obtained by SaharaReporters on Thursday.

The letter reads, “This office is investigating a case reported through a written petition to the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Zone ‘5’ Headquarters, Benin City.

“You are requested to have an interview with the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Criminal Investigation Department (ZCID), Zone ‘5’  Headquarters, Benin City through the O/C Anti-Vice Section, Zone ‘5’ Headquarters Benin City, on Wednesday 1 September 2021 at 1000hrs.

“Kindly accept the warm regards of the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Zone ‘5’ Headquarters, Benin City, please.” Police Invite Human Rights’ Activist, Gwamnishu In Case Of Murder 3

Gwamnishu is Director-General of Behind Bars Human Rights Foundation, a gaggle which has dealt with many human rights’ circumstances together with 21-year-old woman, Glory Okolie, who was arrested and brought to Abuja after being labelled as a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra and the Eastern Security Network.

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Police Invite Human Rights’ Activist, Gwamnishu In Case Of Murder

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