The quest to prevent the rising rate of insecurity and terrorism in Nigeria seems to be an endless struggle as these threats to human life and general security keep increasing almost every day of life. Barely few days ago, the news has it that a police station was attacked in Anambra state by unknown gunmen and many damages was caused owing to that. In recent reports, the divisional police headquarters, Adani in Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State, has been reportedly attacked by unknown gunmen.
This worrisome news is coming barely a few days after the attack on zone 13 police headquarters in Ukpo, Anambra state. According to recent reports from Daily Post, the attack on the police station was said to have occurred in the wee hours of Wednesday. Two police officers on duty have been reportedly killed and several others injured, while the police station was burnt.
Many people have taken to social media to reacted to this "worrisome reports," here some reactions below;
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