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07092018 - Clark petitions Buhari, insists IGP, top officers responsible

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07092018 - Clark petitions Buhari, insists IGP, top officers

C M Y K Danger ahead for APC govs as party threatens to cancel indirect primaries 8 BIANCA 2019: We’ll meet at swearing-in, Onoh's family replies Ojukwu’s children 34 AKWA IBOM: Akpabio's defection, Udom's bounce (2) 42-43 ** VOL. 26: NO. 63632 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 POLICE RAID: Clark petitions Buhari, insists IGP, top officers responsibleIGP dismisses 3 police personnel involved •Delta Oil Advocacy C’ttee asks militants to spare oil facilities •Oshiomhole outraged, calls for prosecution of culprits Collection of PVCs continues till week before 2019 elections — INEC 9 COLUMNISTS: OWEI 31 AZU 36 GWANGWAZO 31 DONU 17 By Etop Ekanem, Henry Umoru, Ikechukwu Nnochiri, Joseph Erunke & Omeiza Ajayi ABUJA — ELDER statesman and prominent Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, yesterday, wrote a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari, insisting that the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, and top police officers were behind the raid at his Abuja home, on Tuesday. The erstwhile Federal Commissioner for Information, in the petition he copied the National Security Adviser, NSA, Major- General Babagana Monguno (retd), said there were serious Continues on Page 5 Enugu Airport runway safe for landing — NCAA, FAAN 10 SEE INSIDE Ibori sorry for Uduaghan’s defection to APC – Oyovbaire 13 N45m form for Buhari: PDP kicks as presidency keeps mum •He didn't violate any law — APC 8 NUPENG stops fuel distribution in Delta over sack of 3,000 workers 12 Naira appreciates to N362.73/ $ in I&E window 41 Mr & Mrs

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