Mar 22, 2023

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Biafra Day: Unknown Gunmen Chase Pupils Out of Anambra School –

  • Activities of unidentified gunmen in south-eastern region of Nigeria continue to threaten regional peace
  • In Anambra state, crooks masquerade as agitators of destroyed schools and chased students out of the classroom
  • The terrorists also stormed markets and other public places, urging people to return to their various homes

Onitsha – In the commercial town of Onitsha, there was chaos on Tuesday May 31 as gunmen entered schools in the area and some parts of the Idemili area invaded Anambra State and chased students from classrooms.

According to Punch newspaper, gunmen also stormed markets and public squares to evict people.

< p class="align-left">It was found that the armed men claimed that the people after should go home saying today was “Biafra Day”.

Every 30th of May is set annually in celebration of Biafra Day, but this year’s edition coincided with the sit-at -Home Monday together, which was observed yesterday, May 30th.

The crooks are said to have insisted that today’s home to coincide with the annual Biafra Day to celebrate, because yesterday was the normal Monday day when you sit at home and not Biafra Day.

There were already fears among people at the beginning of the day about whether they should go out or not, and some of the people who disembarked have started to return to their various homes.

It was also noted that there was a serious rift between the security forces There has been shooting between agencies and gunmen in Idemili area.

Police agents kill 4 unknown gunmen in Anambra, intensify n the hunt for others

Meanwhile in Anambra, police agents say they have killed four of the gunmen who were terrorizing different parts of the state.

According to police, the four were brought out during a firefight in the Umuchu community in the state’s Aguata district.

This was confirmed by state police commissioner Echeng Echeng during at a press conference held at the command headquarters in Amawbia, Awka South Local Government Area on Monday, May 23.

Sit-at-home: hoodlums wearing masks put motorcycles and tricycles in Nsukka in Brand

Recall some crooks allegedly forcing sit-at-home order by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Thursday May 26 in Nsukka set fire to a motorcycle and tricycle commonly known as “Keke” in Enugu State.

The incident, which took place in the early hours of the morning, took place on Umakashi Street, causing confusion and palpable fear to local residents in the area.

Shops, business centers, car parks, banks, markets and schools in the city of Nsukka did not open for activity, although IPOB previously canceled Thursday’s seat-at-home order through a statement issued on Wednesday, May 25 , published by its spokeswoman, Emma Powerful.