Former Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Mr. Udom Ekpoudom, has said the anti-Igbos threats order issued by Arewa youths is a treasonable offence punishable under the laws of the land.
Ekpoudom said on Thursday, at Ediene, Abak that those behind the quit order should be apprehended and tried for treasonable offence.
He urged the police and the DSS to exercise their constitutional mandate of protecting the lives and properties of Nigerians and ensure that those behind the threats were punished.
According to him the quit order was not only directed towards only the Igbo but the entire South East and South South and South Western parts of the country.
Mr Ekpoudom who is the chairman Tower of Ivory Schools, Abak, also said that the sit-at-home order by Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) contravened the law.