Photos Credit: Google Panic as gunmen raze Imo ex-lawmaker’s country home, abduct five Some gun-wielding hoodlums have razed the country home of a former Imo State lawmaker, Gozie Nwagba. The incident, which happened at the Obor community in the Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State, forced many to flee their homes.
Desperate times require desperate measures and residents proved that to be true. As seen in a video shared by BBC News Pidgin, a shopping plaza at Orlu road, Ihiala, Anambra was destroyed by a blazing inferno. According to the voice in the background, no fewer than twenty shops was affected by the fire outbreak.
Police kill three, arrest two IPOB members in Imo The Police in Imo State have killed three and arrested two suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in a gun battle in an uncompleted building situated in a valley in Amaifeke, Orlu. Photo Credit: Dailypost
Photo Credit To Google After PUNCH’s reports, Imo police free man labelled IPOB operative Photo Credit To The Punch Newspaper The Imo State Police Command has released Elvis Okafor, the 23-year-old boy arrested in the Orlu Local Government of the state and labelled an operative of the Eastern Security Network.
Cars, houses and palace which belongs to the monarch of Obor community in Umutanze, Orlu Local Government Area, Eze Ralph Ekezie have been set ablaze by unknown gunmen. It was gathered that when the hoodlums came, the monarch and family were absent which became unfortunate for the hoodlums as they could not capture them.
Very recently, President Buhari visited Imo State, where he commissioned projects and held a town meeting with stakeholders in Imo State. Several Imolites seemed pleased with the interactive session they had with Mr President and many of the stakeholders promised to propagate the gospel of national unity in their localities.
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Three IPOB members were killed by police in an unfinished building in Amaifeke Orlu, Imo state, and two others were arrested in a gun battle between police and ESN members. Police say they mobilized and broke into the organization's hideout after receiving reports that ESN operatives were planning to launch an attack on state police formations and government facilities.
In the late hours of yesterday, unknown gunmen invaded and brought to ashes an Imo state police station, Orlu area command to be specific, killing a police inspector in the process. The gunmen were also said to suffer the loss of three men during the exchange of gunfire that occurred between them and the police.
Photo Credit: Google Police Kills Another ESN Commander In Imo Photo Credit: TheCable The police say it killed three suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), including the group’s commander in a firefight at Amaifeke, Orlu LGA of Imo state, on Saturday.
Senator Hope Uzodinma, the Governor of Imo State, has urged the Nigerian Army to target criminal groups in the state and bring them to justice. Uzodinma said this while flagging off Exercise GOLDEN DAWN at the 34 Artillery Brigade Forward Operation Base in Orlu, Imo State on Wednesday, October 6, 2021.
The youth wing of an Igbo pressure group, Orluzurumee Cultural Union (OCU), has glared at the frightful murder of two traditional rulers in Imo State. DAILY POST reviews that obscure gunmen killed some traditional rulers during their meeting at Nnenasa community, Njaba Local Government Area in Orlu extraction of Imo State, last Tuesday.
An Anglican Priest has been killed by gunmen suspected to be fighters of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The gunmen stormed the church premises on Tuesday morning, September 14, killed the priest and set his car ablaze. The deceased identified as Rev. Emeka Merenu, is in charge of the St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Ihitte-Ukwa, in Orsu Local Government Area, Imo state.
Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB/ESN Leader). A camp operated by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network, was raided by Nigerian Police. It is said to be one of the successes achieved in the state. The camp is said to be located in a valley, in Amaifeke, in the Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State.
The Police in Imo State have killed three and arrested two suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in a gun battle in an uncompleted building situated in a valley in Amaifeke, Orlu. Source: Dailypost The Commissioner of Police, CP Rabiu Hussaini, made the announcement in a statement signed by the state's spokesperson, Michael Abattam, on Sunday.
Today's Headlines: Police Kill Three IPOB Members In Imo; No More Amnesty For Bandits- Gov Matawalle
Police Kill Three IPOB Members In Imo. The Police in Imo State have killed three and arrested two suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in a gun battle in an uncompleted building situated in a valley in Amaifeke, Orlu. Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria
Three IPOB members were neutralized, according to the Imo State Police Command, who were terrorizing the Orlu village. The command spokesperson, CSP Michael Abattam, announced the announcement in a statement on Saturday. As part of its continuing clearance operations, the police spokesperson stated the command stormed significant IPOB/ ESN camps in the state.
Gunmen have killed the priest in charge of Saint Andrew's Anglican Church in Ihitte-Ukwa in Orsu Local Government Area of Imo state. The priest identified as Rev. Emeka Merenu, serving under the Anglican Diocese of Orlu, was butchered to death in his personage on Tuesday morning, September 14, by suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
A group, the Global Association of Concerned Imo Youths (GACIY) has alleged that politicians in Imo State were behind recent attacks in the state, especially during Monday's cancelled sit-at-home order by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The group said the aim was to frustrate the Hope Uzodimma administration in the state and sell the notion that Imo people have rejected the state government.
Photo Credit: Goggle Unknown gunmen attack Imo monarch’s palace Photo Credit: Daily Post The palace of HRH Eze Obi Ralph Ekezie, the traditional ruler of Obor Autonomous Community, a neighboring community to Omuma, Gov Hope Uzodinma’s hometown in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State, has been set ablaze by unknown persons around 4pm on Thursday.