Tension in Imo sate as result of police summoning an ex-deputy, CUPP spokesperson regarding homicide accusation

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As a result of an invitation given to the Chairman of the Imo Peoples Democratic Party, Engr. Charles Ugwu, by the Imo State Police Command to provide former Governor Emeka Ihedioha, his Deputy, Hon. Gerald Irona, and House of Representatives member-elect Ikenga Ugochiyere on Thursday, there is a palpable tension in the state of Imo.

In a letter addressed to Ugwu on Wednesday and signed by the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of administration in the state, Ukachi Opara, the request was made for him to appear along with the three party leaders of the opposition on Thursday at the State Criminal Bureau of the police command.

In the request letter dated March 13, 2023 and addressed to the PDP chairman with the subject “Re: a case of murder, kidnapping, and arson” on Wednesday, the following is written: “The office of State Intelligence Bureau, Imo State Police Command, state headquarters Owerri, is investigating the above-underlined matter involving several notable members of Peoples Democratic Party, Imo State chapter.”
“The Commissioner of Police, Imo state command requests that you come along with the following persons, Emeka Ihedioha, Ugochinyere Ikenga Imo, and Gerald Irona, to interview the commissioner of police, through the officer in charge of State Intelligence Bureau, Owerri date Thursday, 16th March 2023, time 10:00 prompt.”

Collins Opurozor, the State Publicity Secretary for the Imo PDP, confirmed the letter after being contacted about it. He stated that he had only seen it on social media.

On the other hand, he requested that the person who was communicating with us give him some time to respond to it.

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