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Today's Headlines: Kanu Reacts To Second Bomb Attack In Imo; Another Protest Begins Today In London

By Victorr14 | self meida writer
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Another Protest Against Buhari Set To Begin In London Today

Nigerians have come together in preparation to launch another round of protests in London, aimed at forcing President Muhammadu Buhari back to the country, after the first organized by Reno Omokri died down. According to a report by SR, this new protest tagged "Buhari-Go-Home" is aimed at forcing President Muhammadu Buhari to leave London and return to Nigeria to begin treatment at the world class facilities built by him in the country.

Recall that the President left the country on a medical sojourn around this time last week, giving rise to serious backlash from several Nigerians home and abroad over the issue, with many wondering why the President always frequent overseas for treatment, when he had seriously fought against medical tourism while he was still seeking to become President of Nigeria. The new round of protests is organized by Omoyele Sowore, a human rights activist and online journalist.

Another House Of Reps Member Passes On, Second Death In Three Days In Reps

Tension and uncertainty grips the Nigerian House of representatives, as the lawmakers have just recorded a second case of death to one of the representatives, with two death cases in barely 72 hours.

Suleiman Aliyu, the representative of Kaduna Constituency in the House was confirmed dead after suffering briefly from an illness. Aliyu reportedly gave up the ghost on Tuesday morning at a medical facility in Kaduna State, where his constituency is also located.

Nnamdi Kanu Reacts To Second Bomb Attack On Imo Police Stations

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has now taken to social media to send in a quite strong-worded reaction to news of another bomb attack by unknown gunmen launched at the Ehime Mbano Police Station, Imo State. The second attack was reportedly similar to the first that occurred at another police headquarters and prison facility in Owerri.

According to those who witnessed the event, the assailants were chanting songs believed to be associated with Biafra, launched attacks at the police post, before proceeding to attack it with bombs. To this, Nnamdi Kanu reacted below.

In the first picture, Nnamdi Kanu sent a strong message to the Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma over recent attacks in his state. In his second message in the early hours of today, Nnamdi Kanu made a daring statement about the mode of operation of the Nigerian Police along the highway, and the way they relate with motorists.

Police Foil Another Attack Launched On Police Station

Officials of the Nigerian Police Force have successfully foiled another attempt by unknown gunmen to launch attacks at a police station Ebonyi State, the third of such kind of attacks in the southeast recently. Recall that unknown gunmen had successfully attacked and set two police facilities on fire in the South East, causing worry and panic across the southeast.

However the gunmen met their waterloo today, as brave Nigerian Police officers were able to foil the new attack, killing one of the assailants on the spot. However, one of the police officers suffered injuries, and has been quickly taken to nearby health facility for prompt treatment.

The incident was said to have occurred in Ugbodo Police Station, located at Ebonyi Local Government, Ebonyi State. It was launched in the early hours of Tuesday morning by the unknown gunmen, who planned to take them by surprise.

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What is your opinion about these new attacks in the South East, apparently targeted at police structures scattered throughout the region? Do you think the Indigenous People of Biafra and the Eastern Security Network may be responsible for these attacks, as suggested by the immediate past Inspector General of Police?

Please tell us below in the comment section.

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