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CP Jimoh invites Yala DPO to Calabar over alleged clash

The Cross River State Commissioner of Police, Abdulkadir Jimoh, has invited the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Yala to his workplace in Calabar, Cross River State capital on Monday.

Reacting to the alleged cult conflict that reportedly claimed some lives in Yala Native Authorities Space of the state shortly earlier than the Individuals Democratic Get together (PDP) North Senatorial election in Ogoja, the CP ordered the DPO to be in Calabar to transient him on the matter.

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CP Jimoh, who regretted the incident whereas talking to DAILY POST through cellphone on Sunday, mentioned that he was but to get the total transient of the incident and it’s solely the DPO who would transient him in regards to the particulars of the alleged conflict.

The CP lamented that some politicians imported thugs suspected to be secret cult members to Yala Native Authorities Space to ferment hassle within the space throughout and after the elections and warned that anyone caught would face the music noting that Police was bent on prosecuting any suspected prison.

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“It’s unlucky that folks at this age can nonetheless import suspected thugs amongst them cultists to a spot to foment hassle. The Command had warned severally that she wouldn’t shut her eyes on anyone that trigger mayhem within the society, we should return the state to its normal come and be at relaxation,” he said.

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The CP regretted that over fifteen automobiles together with Police vans have been destroyed by the suspected hoodlums in Yala Native Authorities Space of the state and promised to prosecute these caught in the course of the conflict.

“After investigations, the matter can be charged to court docket. Individuals can’t take legal guidelines into their palms” he said.

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