IPOB Are Moving Bombs And Explosives From Lagos To Imo – DSS

April 29, 2021
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The Department of State Services (DSS) has accused the Indigenous People Of Biafra’s Eastern Security Network of acquiring bombs and explosives with which they intended to destabilise Imo State.

The DSS said they received intelligence that the bombs and explosives were being moved in articulated trucks from Lagos to a hideout in Orlu, Imo State.

The DSS stated this in a letter to the Brigade Commander, 34 Artillery Brigade, Obinze, Owerri, Imo State.

The DSS letter with reference number, S.238/5/1538 dated April 26, 2021, was signed by I. Abdullah on behalf of the Imo State DSS Director.

It was titled, ‘Movement of explosive devices into the state by IPOB/ESN’.

The letter says, “Intelligence revealed that the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra/Eastern Security Network has acquired bombs and Improvised Explosive Devices with which to further their subversive activities”.

“It was reliably gathered that the newly acquired items are currently being conveyed from Lagos to an unconfirmed location in Orlu Local Government Area”.

“The items are being concealed in articulated/heavy duty vehicles to beat security checks along the road. It was further revealed that the group intends to deploy the explosives in their planned attacks on security/government installations across the state.”

The DSS has advised the Brigade commander to make that deployed security personnel carry out thorough search on trucks coming to the state

IPOB’s Director of Media and Publicity, Emma Powerful has said the allegation is not true.

According to him, “What the DSS is saying is a huge lie. There is no iota of truth in what that Federal Government-sponsored Zoo and Caliphate agent is saying. Now, did you listen to my interview with Channels Televisions, two days ago”.

“There is no truth in that allegation. Where are we moving the arms to and from where? I don’t think it is wise to continue to reply whatever this Zoo people accuse us of,” Powerful said.

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