IGP Approved The Arrest Of My Son-in-Law, They Released Over 100 Gunshots to Arrest Him – Okorocha

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Former Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has released a statement following the arrest of his Son-in-Law, Uche Nwosu by the police command in Imo state.

The Imo West Senator, said that the inspector general of police, Usman Alkali Baba, approved the arrest of his Son-in-Law, while also claiming that the police that arrested him released more than 100 gun bullets during the arrest.

On Sunday, 26 December, we reported that Nwosu was apprehended at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Eziama Obieri in the Nkwerre Local Government Area of the state, by security officers, who were initially misinformed to be kidnappers.

Hours after it was reported that he was Kidnapped, the police command in the state released a press statement, saying that the politician was arrested.

Reacting to the arrest of Nwosu, Okorocha said that the commissioner of police in the state told him that the IGP Approved the arrest of the Young Man.

He further claimed that his wife was pushed down and his daughter’s cloth was tore by security operatives who also released hundreds of bullets, which caused many to sustain injuries.

“The IGP could only do this on high-level misinformation from Hope Uzodinma. Over 100 gunshots to arrest Uche Nwosu. What kind of ruthless behaviour on an innocent citizen of Nigeria?,” He said. 

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