By Victor Ernest
Enugu state police command says it will resist any attempt by the pro-Biafra groups to force people to comply to their sit at home order scheduled for May 30.
The command’s spokesman, Ebere Amaraizu, in a statement urged members of the public to disregard the May 30 sit at home order organised by the pro-Biafra groups.
The spokesman warned the agitators against promoting any unlawful activities such as forcing people to stay indoor on the scheduled date.
The force declared that if anyone is caught in such act, he will be made to face the law.
The statement reads: ”The Enugu State Command of the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, wishes to inform members of the public, particularly the good people of the state, that its attention has been drawn to an alleged sit-at-home order being circulated by groups of persons masquerading under the aegis of Biafra Independence Movement, BIM, among others.
”In view of the above, the command wishes to advise members of the public to disregard such order and go about their normal lawful businesses as the state command, in partnership with other sister security agencies in the state as well as relevant stakeholders, is assuring members of the public of their safety and security in the state.”