The Deputy Inspector General of Police, in charge of Operation Restore Peace in South-South region, DIG Moses Jitoboh, on Wednesday, said members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), have been spreading secession messages in Edo State.
The DIGP raised the alarmed over the alleged gatherings of IPOB members in the State.
He disclosed this on Wednesday in Benin, Edo State, during a stakeholders meeting and the launching of Operation Restore Peace in the south-south region.
He listed the areas they are currently holding secret meetings in the state to include Igbanke, Ubiaja, Iguelaba, Igueben, Okhiahe and Ologbo.
Jitoboh, who noted that Edo and Balyesa are the states currently enjoying relative peace in the country, however cautioned that they must not allow anybody to come in and scuttle it with secessionist messages.
He asked the people in the communities where the harbingers of secessionists are holding their secret meetings to report same to the police for urgent attention, noting that it is better to nip them in the bud than allowing it to grow into something else in the state.