A video has revealed the intensity of destruction and catastrophic damage caused by the unidentified gunmen who invaded the Ajalli Police Station in Orumba North Local Government Area, Anambra State.
The incident happened hours after the death of Chike Akunyilli who was allegedly shot by unidentified gunmen in Onitsha Anambra State.
According to the viral video, several people were seen screaming and running around to rescue police officers and other individuals allegedly trapped in the Ajalli Police Station which was set ablaze by unidentified gunmen who invaded the Police Station on vehicles.
Huge hammers and other demolition equipment were used by residents to break into the police station which was overwhelmed with flames following the invasion by unidentified gunmen in the Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State, yesterday.
Watch the video through the link below and see the intensity of damages done to the facility as people struggled to save individuals from the burning building yesterday -
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