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Nnewi Central Police Station Is On Fire! The Southeast Protest Might Be More Dangerous (Photos)

Nnewi Central Police Station Is On Fire! The Southeast Protest Might Be More Dangerous (Photos)

Based on the video and information I got from my friend that works with the Central Police Station in Anambra State, Nnewi. He said that he received a called from his commander and he said that he shouldn’t be coming to work as the Station has been set ablaze by unknown criminals. He went there immediately after the phone call and confirmed that the Central Police Station At Nnewi is burning down to ashes.

This Event happens On Wednesday night after the youth gather at Nawfor Orizu Round About Nkwo Nnewi Triangle, They gathered for a candle Night vigil to fallen heroes who passed by the torture of Special Anti Robbery Squad.

It was stated that the candle Night vigil was done in peace and everyone who where out for the protest and candle Night vigil was not harm.

As we may know, Nnewi is one of biggest industrial town in Nigeria and also The richest village in Nigeria, Nnewi is also the pride of Igbo land this means, lots of businesses are going on in that part of the country.

However, this is one of the most peaceful part of the southeast part of the country. Unlike Aba and Onitsha, Nnewi is more focus on business importations and it’s so sad to see something of this nature Happening to their central police station today.

This Central Police Station at Nnewi was set ablaze by unknown people and this happened around 10-11pm on Wednesday night. This is one of the first violent case records in Nnewi since the start of the EndSARS protest.

We hope things don’t get messy from there unlike other southeast like Abia State and Onitsha where things are getting out of hand.

Please share your comment and let’s continue to pray for our dear nation Nigeria.

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