Biafra: Nigerian Police deploys more officers to the Biafraland, ready to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu

The deployment of more officers to the South South and the South Eastern part of the country has been confirmed by Nigerian Police in a statement released by police public relation.

This move was made in order to prevent any means to breach the relative peace in the geopolitical zone, as a result of the activities of the Biafran faithfuls as the Governorship election of Anambra State knocks at the door.

Police also confirmed their readiness to arrest the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, as soon as the court gives order for his re-arrest.

The Nigerian government last week bluntly demanded the revoke of the bail granted him by the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood, said “We have made additional deployments, particularly in Anambra State, because of the upcoming governorship election and also to other South-East and South- South states to ensure that IPOB did not actualise its threat of stopping the election.

“So also, any pronouncement from the court would be strictly enforced, irrespective of the persons involved.

“Nobody is above the law, so any court pronouncement would be enforced by the police.

“We are strictly monitoring the situation for any eventuality from the court, since there is an ongoing judicial process.

“We are not leaving anything to chance; we are to ensure there is law and order and any pronouncement from the court would be strictly enforced.

“We are watching the situation closely. We have made enough deployments and we are going to act appropriately.

“We have yet to deploy helicopters because the situation is not ripe for it," he concluded.