Miss Okolie is An IPOB Informer-Police Insist

Twenty two year-old Glory Okolie has been portrayed by sympathizers as an innocent young woman picked up as a bait following the disappearance of her boyfriend, Benjamin Uzoma, an alleged hardened operative of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, the armed wing of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Police traducers who claimed she was illegally arrested also alleged that since her arrest and detention, the police subjected her to slave labour, more or less.
But the police, it seems, is having none of that, insisting that, any claim to the effect that Miss Okolie is an innocent victim is a lie from the pit of hell. In a counter claim contained in a statement on Sunday, the police noted that the young lady is just a smooth operator whose innocent looks often belie her criminal intents. The statement added that she employed her innocent looks to fool unsuspecting security agents while smartly acting as an undercover informer, a weapons, information and logistics conduit for the proscribed militant organization.
“Okolie takes advantage of her gender and seemingly innocuous looks as camouflage to carry out espionage against military and police,” the police statement read in part.
The statement, signed by Aremu Adeniran, Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, noted that Miss Okolie was not arrested for being friends with or in place of any suspected member of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB as claimed. Rather, The reportedly she got into trouble in her independent capacity as a spy for the proscribed group, adding that she was arrested by a combined team of operatives of the Nigerian Police, elements of the Nigerian Army and other sister security agencies strictly over her complicity in the coordinated attacks on security facilities and other critical national infrastructure in most part of the South East.
“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 Police disclosed further that revelations made by Miss Okolie in her confessional statement led to the arrest of “Onye Army”, her alleged boy friend with whom she colluded in organizing the coordinated attacks on police men, police stations and other national infrastructure in the south east.
“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.”

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