Police uncover IPOB/ESN Shrine, arrest 7 suspects, ‘Live Python’ in Imo [PHOTOS]


Operatives of Imo Police Command, have arrested seven persons alleged to be responsible for the murder of one of their officers; Inspector Felicia Nwagbara in Ubah, AGWA community in Oguta local government area of the state.

According to a statement by the police spokesperson, CSP Michael Abattam, their arrest followed a credible intelligence that the native doctor that prepares charm for the criminals. He further said a life python used by the suspects to fortify themselves before going out to perpetrate crimes.

CSP Abattam also said that the suspects have confessed to killing Inspector Nwagbara who was until her death, a second wife to one of them.

The statement reads:

“Sequel to the receipt of credible information that, the native doctor who prepares charms for fortifications against bullets and knives for members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its armed affiliate, Eastern Security Network ( ESN ) and led in the attack and killing of a police officer in Agwa Community has returned after fleeing the Community.

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“The Command’s Tactical Teams, on 18/5/2022 at about 0600 hours hastily mobilised and with the positive revelations made in course of interrogating the suspects earlier arrested in connection with the killing, the team was able to locate the criminal hideout in Ubah Agwa in Oguta LGA of Imo State and immediately cordoned area and tactical went into the den.

“The hoodlums on sighting the police operatives, attempted to escape only to discover that the whole escape routes has been saturated with police operatives hence, they were arrested. They includes, Casmire Mgbugha ‘m’ aged 53 years , Hycent Chimezie ‘m’ aged 30 years, Hycent Azunna ‘m’ aged 28 years, Hycent Ifesinachi ‘m’ aged 26 years, Hycent Chimobi ‘m’ aged 23years, Chukwuemeka Wisdom ‘m’ aged 22 years and Nnadike Clifford ‘m’ aged 72 years.

On searching the terror camp, the following items were recovered they includes; one Toyota Camry car with registration number AKD 73 BF LAGOS, one live Python, eight locally made Pistols, eighteen rounds of live cartridges, one Biafra flag , a pair of Police Carmouflage Uniform belonging to late Inspector Felicia Nwagbara ‘f’ who has been declared missing since 2017 by police authorities.

“Amazingly, while coming out of the terror camp, one of the suspects,Hycent Chimezie for the second time, attempted escaping and was maimed on the leg. In the course of interrogation, the suspects confessed to have murdered late Inspector Felicia Nwagbara who was the second wife to one of the suspects – Casmire Mgbugba.

They further stated that they are the manufacturers of the locally made guns recovered from them apart from using in perpetrating crimes they sell to robbers and kidnappers.

“The Command, wish to use this medium to appreciate the good people of Imo State for their undaunting support and assure them of the commands commitments in sustaining the already improved security architecture in the state.”

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