Bandits have caused a lot of tension in Nigeria, they have kidnapped some villagers and killed many innocent Nigerians. However, the federal government and Nigeria Military have been battling against these bandits in some states within the country.
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Recently, an unknown helicopter shot a local passenger boat travelling from Port Harcourt to Bonny in Rivers State. This attack caused a lot of casualties and some individuals were severely injured.
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Also, an eyewitness at Bonny-Nembe waterside where the boat took off from in Port Harcourt, told newsmen that there were casualties. The eyewitness confirmed that the boat was conveying passengers and foodstuffs.
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So, many people are curious to know if bandits in Nigeria have started using helicopters to carry out their evil activities after these boat passengers in a boat were attacked by an unknown helicopter.
Nevertheless, Nnamdi Omoni (spokesman of the state Police Command) disclosed that he has not gotten any report from the incident.
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