How IPMAN Officials spent 53 days in prison over illegally refined crude

IPMAN Officials spends 53 days in prison over illegally refined crude
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Aisha Ahmed, the Press Officer of IPMAN Anti-bunkering Unit, South-South Inland Water-Ways, has revealed how she was arraigned on false accusations over illegally refined crude by the Rivers State Police Command’s Operation Sting Unit.

IPMAN Officials spends 53 days in prison over illegally refined crude

Mrs. Ahmed claims she was detained on February 3, 2022, and spent 53 days in the Port Harcourt Correctional Centre because she and her crew refused to cooperate with police officers in order to release the owners of impounded vehicles transporting illegally processed products.

Despite knowing her identity, she claims the Commander of Operation Sting, the Camp Commander of Government House, and the Chairman of the Port Harcourt City Local Government treated her as a common criminal.

She spoke to reporters after a Chief Magistrate Court, presided over by Chief Magistrate A.O. Amadi Nna, released and acquitted her and the operation’s leader, Tamunosaki Jack.

 

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