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Killing Of Policemen In Southeast Didn't Start Until Army Killed People In Orlu - Reno Omokri

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Popular human rights activist and ex-presidential aide, Reno Omokri has today revealed one of the reasons for the rise in cases of policemen killing in the southeastern part of the country, with the ex-aide attributing the issue to the Invasion of Orlu in February by men of the Nigerian Army, which reportedly led to the death of many residents of the town.
You would recall that there had been many unconfirmed reports of Nigerian Army invading the relatively peaceful town of Orlu in February, with many residents of the area at the time claiming the town was bombarded with fighter helicopters and that bombs were dropped on certain locations. Other residents had claimed that they heard shootings going on in some locations within the town.

However, the Nigerian Army, at the time denied the unconfirmed reports of killings of civilians, with the spokesperson of the 34th artillery Brigade, Obinze, Owerri, Imo state, Babatunde Zubairu, saying while there was deployment of helicopters to Orlu, the Army officers who were in the town did not harass the residents of the town.

But while reacting this morning, Mr Omokri seems to believe that the recent increase in the killing of policemen in the Southeast geopolitical zone didn't start until the army invaded Orlu in February, 'killing many'. According to him the Invasion had led to an escalation of the sustained attacks against police structures and officers in the town.

On his verified Twitter handle, he said, "The killing of policemen in the Southeast didn’t start until the army invaded Orlu in February, killing many. It led to an escalation in the SE. @MBuhari learnt nothing from the Boko crisis. This is how Boko Haram begsn. By attacking Borno and killing Mohammed Yusuf."

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