The high rate of insecurity, attacks among others in Nigeria, calls for serious and immediate action by the federal government as well as the security agencies. It's obvious that this security threat caused by the nefarious activities of bandits, Kidnappers, unknown gunmen and Boko Haram insurgents, has consequently affected the country economically and socially.
In a recent report, some unidentified gunmen attacked the Ohaukwu Divisional Police Headquarters situated in Ebonyi State, freed detainees in the station and plunged the area into chaos as residents and officers scampered for safety.
Reports gathered that, the police operational vehicles were set ablaze by the hoodlums while some officers sustained bullet wounds.
The attack was confirmed by the Ebonyi State Police Command spokesperson, Loveth Odah.
She didn't give details concerning the attack, but disclosed that, the Police command has sent officers to the affected station.
The incident happened in the early hours of Monday, 18th October, 2021.
This is a developing story, as more information is made available, this article will be updated.
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