By Toby Prince
Abia State Commissioner of police, Ene Okon, has advised leader of proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to submit himself to the police if he ultimately returns to the country for his mother’s burial.
Mr Kalu is rumoured to be contemplating coming back home for his mom’s burial, putting Nigerian authorities on red-alert.
“Well, if members of IPOB are speculating that, the police do not know that one. What I know is that Nnmadi Kanu jumped bail and escaped and is wanted and remains a wanted man. Until that time, but I couldn’t tell you about police action on anything that is speculation, until he comes,” the Abia CP said.
“If he comes back and submits himself to the police, police will know what to do at that time. Like I said earlier, we do not deal on speculation, but if actually he will come back, then we will know what to do.”