The Nigerian army has arrested four newspaper vendors have in Aba market for selling a banned Biafran Newspaper.
The arrested persons were suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The men were picked up under the Nigerian Army “Exercise Atilogwu Udo 1’’, now ongoing in the South eastern states and Cross River.
Col. Aliyu Yusuf, Deputy Director, Public Relations of 82 Division of the Nigerian Army said on Tuesday in Enugu, the four vendors were arrested by troops of sector 2 in Abia on Nov. 19.
He gave the names of the vendors as Sunday Elom, Martins Ogwuchukwu, Chineme Obiechifula and Innocent Mike.
Yusuf did not indicate the name of the newspaper.
But he said they have been handed over to the appropriate security agency for further action.
Yusuf said the military exercise has nabbed 86 high profile criminals since it began on 1 November.
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