Police unveil plans against Anambra election
The Anambra state police command has clamp down on a printing press suspected to be working for the proscribed grouped, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Onitsha, the Anambra state commercial city.
Upon the burst of the printing press, the state police recovered thousands of copies of leaflets, containing incisive statement such as a ‘seat at home order on the election day, boycott the Anambra election, call for referendum’ among others.
Confirming the outburst, the state police commissioner, Umar Garba said the command had since the prosecution of the group has been on the watch to ensure none it activities sees the light of the day in the state.
Garba maintained that the command had been mindful of the group's antics and had not for once relent on it quest for a free, fair and credible election, free of violence in Anambra state.
Though the full identity of the two apprehend persons in connection to the illicit leaflets are yet to be made known to public.
The commissioner of police however gave assurance of maximum security to the people of Anambra state while calling on them to disregard any threat of election boycott.