IPOB’s juju priest arraigned in Imo

 

Police in Imo yesterday arrested the juju priest who allegedly prepares charms for members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN) in the state.

The suspect, Benneth Okoli, 49, was arrested at his shrine at Akuma in Oru East council of the state

Commissioner of Police Abutu Yaro said Okoli was picked up after diligent investigation.

“The shrine was immediately cordoned and the teams arrested Okoli,” he said.

One improvised explosive device, various charms, and hemp in a bag were reportedly recovered.

THE NATION

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