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Police on red alert over IPOB sit-at-home order in Delta state

Authorities has urged Asaba residents and parts of Delta north to ignore the Monday sit-at-hone order declared by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

The state police chief, Ari Mohammed, in a press release made available to newsmen, assured Delta residents that the command was on red alert to the threats issued by IPOB.

According to Mohammed, adequate security has been put in place across the state especially Asaba.

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He urged all residents to go about their lawful businesses and report anything suspicious to the police.

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