A video has emerged showing an unbelievable incident that occurred in a secondary school located in Imo State.
The members of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) invaded the school premises and burnt down motorcycles of teachers and invigilators who came to supervise JSS 3 students sitting for Junior WAEC (JSSCE) in CSS Nkume, Imo State.
Motorcycles and other properties were on fire in the video while severe gunfires were heard while an unidentified lady was narrating the incident which happened in CSS Nkume, Imo State.
Students were supposed to sit for their English examination before IPOB and ESN militants attacked the secondary School in Imo State, forcing teachers, invigilators, and observers to flee for their lives.
Watch the video from the link below-
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