By Patrick Obia
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Nigerian Inspector of Police attached to IGP Special Task Force on Petroleum and Illegal Bunkering Unit, Calabar Sector, Ekemezie Hycient has formally tendered his resignation from the force.
The Inspector with force number 318093 in a letter addressed to the Force headquarters, Louis Edet House, Shehu Shagari Way, Area 11 Garki, Abuja said he quite to serve his fatherland because “the Nigeria State has been so polarized that foreign machinery and terrorists have surrounded the whole country, killing the indigenous owners of the land in the name of their Jihad especially the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.”
Ekemezie alleged that there’s the systematic extermination of the indigenous population that makes up the country called Nigeria with the help of the Nigerian Government. Adding that, “Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is undergoing political persecution because he spoke and stood against this shenanigan of the present Government in the name of Islamizing the whole country and handing over the indigenous people’s land to the Fulanis.”
The officer who joined the Nigeria Police force on 1 July 2007, with fifteen years of experience in the force accused the Nigerian security forces of killing innocent Nigerians, leaving the terrorists untouched.
“The Nigeria security forces go about killing innocent people leaving the Fulanis that are killing people everywhere, I can no longer continue to serve the Government that cannot guarantee the safety of its citizens. I call on the Federal Government of Nigeria to free Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for he has committed no offense known to law because self-determination is not a crime, and a call for referendum is not a call for war. It is also a democratic process just like an election is. Hence, this resignation. Thanks for your consideration,” he wrote.
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