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Imo Governor Reveals People Behind Attacks On Police Headquarters, Custodial Facility

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Imo Governor Reveals People Behind Attacks On Police Headquarters, Custodial Facility

Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma has made shocking revelation on those behind Monday’s attacks on police headquarters and a custodial center in the state.

Uzodimma made the revelation on Wednesday while featuring on Channels Television Politics Today programme.

The governor explained that hoodlums were hired from outside Imo, noting that they were only disguising to be IPOB members.

He accused some aggrieved politicians as the sponsors of the attacks.

But police had said the Eastern Security Network (ESN), an outfit of the outlawed IPOB, was behind the violence in the state.

“What happened in Imo state last Monday is unbelievable. A group of hoodlums, of course sponsored by some known politicians in Imo state, decided to destroy public infrastructure and government facilities — and attacked a correctional centre facility and also attacked a police state headquarters.

“But what is important to take home is for Nigerians to know of the plot by a group of aggrieved politicians to destablise the government of APC.

“have done some thorough investigation and I have a credible lead as to those who are sponsoring these activities of these hoodlums.

“We are working hard to ensure that the sponsors of these dastardly acts must be brought to book,” he said.

The Governor added: “They (politicians) try to identify grievances of people in a particular area. They hire hoodlums from outside Imo state. They bring them in pretending to be IPOB and they commit this crime and they go away.

“It is not about IPOB. Yes, we agree, we have aggrieved IPOB members. But I can tell you, those who are doing these destructions, most of them were brought from outside Imo state.”

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