Reports from Punch Online News has it that Unknown Gunmen have killed four oil workers in Imo State, South East Nigeria. The gunmen was said to have ambushed the workers on their way to the company. The attack was carried out in the early hours of Monday, 16th August.
Map of Imo State. Credit:The Punch
The company called Lee Engineering Company is located in Assa Community of Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area of the state.
A community leader, by name Emmanuel Ugorji confirmed the attack and called on the state government and security agents to beef security in the area lamenting the increasing attacks on the area in recent times by Unknown Gunmen
The enraged youth leader said, “The first attack by this group was attacked on Oil Serve company and second was the kidnapping of the Cluster Development Board Chairman, Godswill Uzomba, whose whereabouts remained unknown since three months now and followed by burning of ZEROC equipment at Watersmith industrial park by a known criminal gang.”
Security is the concern of all citizens, help the security agents by providing information that can lead to the arrest of the criminals.
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