Feb 9, 2023

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Sit-at-Home: Hoodlums Wearing Masks Set Motorcycle, Tricycle Ablaze in Nsukka – Legit.ng

  • Sit enforcing thugs set fire to a motorcycle and tricycle in the university town of Nsukka
  • The violent behavior of the unidentified crooks ambushed residents in confusion and palpable fear
  • An eyewitness said the motorbike and tricycle owners were also beaten up by the crooks before being set on fire
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Nsukka – Some crooks are said to be breaking the sit-at-home order of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) Thursday, May 26, set fire to a motorcycle and tricycle, commonly known as “Keke”, in Nsukka, Enugu State.

The Incident occurred in the early hours of the morning on Umakashi Road, causing confusion and palpable fear to residents of the area.

Shops, business cen en, car parks, banks, markets and schools in the town of Nsukka did not open activities, although IP OB had previously canceled Thursday’s sit-at-home order through a statement issued on Wednesday May 25 by its spokeswoman Emma Powerful .

The decision to cancel the -home sit-at was due to the adjournment of Nnamdi Kanu’s case until Tuesday, June 28th.

A source in the area who witnessed the incident but asked not to be identified, told the Daily Sun newspaper that the crooks committed the crimes around 6am.

The source also said the motorcycle and tricycle owners were beaten up by the crooks before being set on fire.

The source said:

< blockquote>“Hoodlums putting on masks on the bike ran to the tricycle driver and yelled, ‘Stop! deceived and dragged him out of the tricycle and beat him before setting the tricycle on fire.

“The same thing happened to the motorcyclist who hit her without realizing the danger.”

< h2>Police agents kill 4 unidentified gunmen in Anambra, intensify hunt on others

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

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

This was announced by State Police Commissioner Echeng Echeng during a press conference held at the command’s headquarters in Amawbia, Awka South Local Government Area on Monday, May 23.

Report exposes man behind unknown armed men nern in the Southeast, real name of the group

In a related development, a media report has revealed that the unidentified gunmen are terrorizing the Southeast region is known as the Fallen Angels or Auto Pilot Group.

According to the report, the group consists of IPOB dissidents.

The report noted that the Fallen Angels are largely made up of ex-members of IPOB – some expelled members, some disgruntled members and others who couldn’t stand the discipline (and sometimes, self-importance) embodied in IPOB’s command and control structure.