- Governor Soludo addressed the people of Anambra state on Wednesday and imposed a curfew in seven local government districts in the state.
- According to Soludo , begins the curfew on Friday, May 26, 2022 in areas such as Aguata, Ihiala, Ekwusigo, Nnewi North, Nnewi South, Orumba North and Orumba South LG areas
- The Der Anambra State Governor continued to appeal to residents of affected areas to abide by the guidelines
Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo has imposed a curfew imposed on seven local government areas of the state to checkmate the excesses of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), reports Daily Trust.
The affected areas are Aguata, Ihiala, Ekwusigo, Nnewi North, Nnewi South, Orumba North and Orumba South.
The governor made the statement on a nationwide broadcast on Wednesday, May 25.
He said , the curfew, which comes into effect from Friday, May 26, will remain in effect until normalcy returns to affected areas, Vanguard also reported.
Soludo said :
“Effective tomorrow, Friday, May 26, 2022, a 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. curfew is hereby imposed on motorcycles (okada), tricycles (keke) and shuttle buses in Aguata , Ihiala, Ekwusigo, Nnewi North, Nnewi South, Ogbaru, Orumba North and Orumba South Local Governments until further notice.”
“In addition, the operation of motorcycles, keke and shuttle buses is prohibited in these Local Governments on Mondays until the sit-at-home stops completely.”
Soludo in mourning: After beheading lawmaker, gunmen kidnap another Anambra politicians and shoot the only son
Daredevil gunmen seem to have targeted the state of Anambra to unleash chaos, pain and suffering.
A gang of bad guys with guns kidnapped Saturday, May 21 Ed Uzozie Chukwujekwu, a special adviser to a former chairman of the state’s Nnewi South local government, reports Premium Times.
According to the newspaper, when the kidnappers broke into Chukwujekwu’s home in Umudiji Umuohama Village, Ukpor Municipality, they shot his only son in the stomach because he hesitated and refused to open the gate for them.
Report exposes the man behind unidentified gunmen in the southeast
In a related development, a media report revealed that the unidentified gunmen terrorizing the southeast region as the Fallen Angels or Autopilot group.
According to the report, the group consists of dissidents from the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The report states:
“In closed circles they call them ‘the fallen angels’ and in more common parlance they are known as ‘the auto-pilot group’.