Wike commands capture Of Pro-biafra agitator

Governor Nyesom Wike has guide security organization in the state to concern and capture Biafran instigators who have depended on unlawful parade and strike of decent residents.

This order was controlled in a message clear by Dr. Austin Tam-George, the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communication.

"It has gone to the consideration of the Rivers State government that some Biafran instigators have turned to illicit parades, and have attacked well behaved natives and occupants of the state," the announcement read.

"Senator Nyesom Wike unequivocally denounces the demonstrations of culpability executed by Biafran instigators by whatever name, in the Oyigbo region of the state."The government has coordinated all security organizations in the state to capture and indict all Biafran fomenters who spurn the prohibition on unlawful separatist parades and exhibits in Rivers State."

The legislature encouraged all occupants in the state to resist the urge to panic and well behaved.

Wike had banned any separatist challenge or parade by the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, requiring the arrival of Nnamdi kanu, the confined Director of Biafra Radio accused of treasonable lawful offense.

A percentage of the captured more than 20 Pro-Biafran instigators captured over unlawful dissents in Port Harcourt a year ago have been remanded in jail authority.