Soldiers Flee As Unknown Gunmen Set Army Personnel Checkpoint, Vehicles Ablaze
By Tuxodu | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 152 views
It is no longer a news that Unknown Gunmen set imo police Headquarter ablaze and free unconfirmed number of prisoner on Monday morning. The Gunmen who razed the Imo State Police Command Headquarters situated in Owerri, burnt almost all the vehicles parked at the command headquarters and freed over 1500 inmates from the cells at the state criminal Investigation Department
It was gathered that on breaking into the prison facility with the aid of dynamites, the attackers told the inmates to go home.
After further investigation, the Inspector-General of police, IGPM.A Adamu has fingered the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) as being the unknown gunmen that attacked Imo State Police Headquarters
Igbere TV gathered that Soldiers flee for their lives as Unknown Gunmen attacked two police checkpoint,
It was gathered that the incident happened in Awgu, LGA along Enugu/Port Harcourt express road, where the unknown Gunmen set the two police checkpoint and vehicles ablaze.
The areas that were affected are Ogbaku And Mgbowo police checkpoint in Awgu. Many eye witnesses who witnessed the incident were so sad and confused as why Gunmen likes attacking soldiers on check points
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