Sep 21, 2021

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Heavy Shooting as Suspected IPOB Militants Chase Students out of WAEC Exam Hall

  • The ongoing WASSCE written by secondary school students has been interrupted in Njaba, LGA of Imo State
  • Unidentified armed men invaded the comprehensive school. Nkume and prevented students from taking a job with them
  • The armed men attacked the school after the forbidden indigenous peoples of Biafra explained the sitting at home order

Nkume, Imo – Daily Trust report indicates that students at Comprehensive Secondary School, Nkume, in Njaba local government area of Imo State, held from the exam.

According to the report, armed men suspected of being members of the Biafra Indigenous People (IPOB) stormed on Monday, shoot the 13th sporadically in the air.

It was found that the attack on the explanation of the arrangement of sitting at home by the prohibited I. follows Biafra Indigenous People (IPOB).

Students preparing to sit on the ongoing West Africa Examination Board (WAEC) for English, as well as their teachers, fled in different directions when the gunmen were shot, The Punch added.

There are no reports of casualties, but the gunmen set fire to motorbikes of some employees and students.

< h2> IPOB’s sit-at-home command: Governor Uzodimma tells people what to do

Earlier, Imo Governor Hope Uzodimma asked residents of the state to do the Sit – at home rumored arrangement by the banned IPOB.

The governor of the state Imo called the congregation after the service on Sunday, September 12th, in the chapel of the government building in Owerri on.

He asked residents to go about their normal business and added admitted that the people behind the order had been identified and would soon be arrested and charged.

Anambra-Guber survey: FG sends strong message to IPOB, warns of attacks

In the meantime, the federal government has sent a strong message to separatist groups about the gubernatorial elections in Anambra.

The National Security Advisor (NSA), Major General Babagana Monguno (Rtd), warned on Thursday September 9th at a voter meeting in Abuja.

Monguno, represented by Sanusi Galadima, spoke against the backdrop of some of the recent activities of IPOB im Southeast.