It's a bad day for the Imo police at Ihitte/Uboma community as they saw their police station being set ablaze by angry youths of the community over a certain crucial issue. The issue was about the killing of two siblings by a policeman of the community.
The siblings, a brother and a sister, were killed in Isiweke (a place in the community) by a yet-to-be identified policeman. The furious community youths have dumped the dead bodies of the siblings at the front of the police station.
As of the time of the unfortunate event that happened to the police station of the community, some youths have tried reaching the Imo state police public relation officer, Mr Godson Orlando, but all was to no avail.
Killing of innocent civilians is getting too much in the country. And with the way things are going in this country, youths aren't afraid of the police again that's why you see police stations being burnt down anyhow. We pray this doesn't pave way for criminals and we pray God gives the parents the strength to bear the loss.
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