A young lady who said she is from Ebele Village in Ngbo Community, Ohaukwu LGA of Ebonyi State has narrated what she witnessed during an attack in her community. The video where this young lady made her revelation was shared on a Facebook Group called ‘Igbo Volume’. The lady claims to be an eye-witness of the incident.
The lady alleges that some Fulani men stormed their community around 4 in the morning. She said they came with weapons and they started shooting people indiscriminately. She said she was there live and direct but she got the information about the attack earlier before the gunmen got to the area where she was staying, so she was able to escape.
She said that the gunmen suspected to be Fulani were shooting at people indiscriminately and when they get to some residents and they do not see anyone there, she said they would set the house on fire. The lady alleges that the Army came to their community when they heard the gunshots.
In her own words, she says ‘Instead of the Army to stop these Fulani from killing us, Do you know what they did? they started looking for a way to gather the dead bodies that the Fulani have killed. They wanted to take them away but to our greatest surprise, what God did for us. Our village youth, they all came out with their machetes and blocked the Army and told them that they would not allow them to take the dead bodies away. Our village youths blocked them and took the dead bodies away from them’.
The lady claims that the Angry youths did not allow the dead bodies to be taken away.
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