Former Niger Delta militant leader, Asari Dokubo, has condemned the beheading of two soldiers in Imo state by the so-called ‘unknown gunmen’.
Newsbreak recalls that an army couple — Gloria Matthew and Audu Linus — were attacked on Saturday by some criminals in Imo.
It was learned that they were on their way to fulfil their traditional wedding rites when they were shot and beheaded.
Condemning the development in a Facebook Live on Thursday, Dokubo asked the self-styled ‘unknown gunmen’ when they are going to attack relatives of Nnamdi Kanu, detained leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), specifically, an unnamed sister to Kanu, who he said is serving in the Nigeria Police Force (NPF). This news medium cannot immediately verify this claim by Dokubo though.
“When are you going to kill Nnamdi Kanu’s sister who is a police officer in Anambra State? She is not serving the ‘Zoo’? The police she belongs to is different from these harmless people? Maybe some of them are even secret sympathizers of the Biafra cause. But because of their call to duty, they cannot do anything,” Dokubo said.
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