In the video, shared by Vanguard News, residents of Anambra State were seen rejoicing and hailing unknown Gunmen as they pass through an area. An unidentified woman was shouting "Weldone boys" and others were praising the Gunmen in Igbo language, as they pass by.
For months now, The whole of Southeast and parts of South-south geo-political zones have come under severe attacks by some faceless people popularly referred to as “unknown gunmen”. Public infrastructure, especially facilities of the police, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and others have become the prime target of this group just as several security personnel had lost their lives.
However, the video has generated alot of reactions. Many people who saw the video was very worry and Joe Igbokwe is one of them
While Reacting, Joe Igbokwe said I have seen videos of those of you clapping, hailing and celebrating ESN murderers, Looters and Bandits in Southeast. Soon you will be the next victims. What goes around, comes around. Continue"
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