Militants’ alleged spy girl, 22, arrested over attacks on South-East security

militants' alleged spy girl, 22, arrested over attacks on south east security
militants’ alleged spy girl, 22, arrested over attacks on south east security

Gloria Okolie, 22, has been arrested by the Nigeria Police Force in connection with the attack on security formations, INEC offices, and other national infrastructures in the southeast which resulted in the death of security operatives.

Harrison Gwamnishu, a rights activist, filed a complaint following reports of Okolie’s arrest, claiming that she was turned into a slave at the IRT office in Owerri following her ‘unlawful detention.’

CSP Aremu Adeniran, the Force Public Relations Officer’s deputy, made an accusation accusing Okolie of membership in the Eastern Security Network on Sunday, August 22.

According to the statement;

"Operatives of the Nigeria Police Force, working with the Military and other security forces, have arrested one 22-year-old female suspect, Gloria Okolie, for her complicity in the series of deliberate and well-coordinated attacks on security formations, other critical national infrastructure including INEC offices and killing of security operatives in the South-Eastern part of the country,"

 

"The suspect, a native of Umutanza in Imo State, was arrested following ongoing investigations and implementation of special operation, Operation Restore Peace, to amongst other things, break the information, drugs and arms supply chain to the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its armed wing, the Eastern Security Network in the South-East region


 
 

"Police Investigations revealed that Gloria Okolie is a member of IPOB/ESN in Imo State who worked closely with one Benjamin Uzoma Emojiri a.k.a “Onye Army”, one of the ESN commanders earlier declared wanted by the Police for his lead roles in planning, coordinating and executing the attack on the Imo State Police Command Headquarters and Imo State Headquarters of the Nigerian Correctional Service

 

"Her arrest and the revelations from her confession, assisted the Police in the arrest of “Onye Army”,  a major breakthrough in the quest to restoring law and order in the South-East region. Further investigations by the Police team revealed that Gloria Okolie takes advantage of her gender and seemingly innocuous looks as camouflage to carry out espionage against military and police targets on behalf of IPOB/ESN.

"The suspect also serves as an intermediate person, who receives cash, drugs and weapons on behalf of IPOB/ESN and deliver same to their commanders in their camps. Through her clandestine criminal activities, she actively aided and abetted the multiple acts of murder, arson and malicious damage to both private and public property by the ESN.

 

"A lot of the deadly and unfortunate attacks on security personnel and assets, with numerous fatalities, have the imprimaturs of Gloria Okolie, the spy girl of ESN militants. Investigation is being concluded to enable the Police arraign her in court for prosecution

 

"The Inspector General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, while commending security operatives for the unrelenting fight against violent crimes in the country, assured citizens of the commitment of the Force to improving public safety and security and upholding law and order in the country.
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