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Three members of IPOB who were caught by security agents have confessed detonating explosives at the Christian Universal Church in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, in order to be given “juicy appointments” from the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

The three members believed to be members of the proscribed IPOB confessed during interrogation by police in Portharcourt.

The River State Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mukan while parading the suspects at the headquarters of the State Police command urged them to openly confessed which they did.

The Christian Universal Church belong to the father of the governor, Nyesom Wike.

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Revealing the outcome of investigation of activities of IPOB in Portharcourt, the Commissioner of Police said:

“We received a distress call that there was a blast at Christian Universal Church International, in Azikiwe, Mile 2. We mobilised our team of bomb experts to the scene,” Mukan said.

“When we got there we found out that there was a blast. There was no life lost. Our security partners, the vigilante, had arrested these three suspects. We took them and they have made useful confessions.

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“They claimed they were six in number. They made confession that they were member of IPOB. That they were zoned to different parts of the state. That they are everywhere in the state.

“They are Progress Owudinjo, 37, from Etche, Rivers State. Apuro Victor, 25, came from Ebonyi State for this mission and John Okorie, 38 years old from Abia State. According to them they are all over the state.

“They will soon be charged to court while we are trailing their sponsors. IPOB has assured them that if IPOB is achieved they will be policy makers in the government.”

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Oduwinjo, one of the suspects who reportedly confirmed they are members of IPOB, said they were contracted to carry out the act.

“We were contracted to carry out the act. We got there in the night and we detonated the explosive,” he said.

“This is the first assignment I am carrying out since I joined IPOB. I have not killed before. I was told that if I do not join in the operations that I will not get anything in the group. They promised us good office.”


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