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Sit -At Home : One Feared Dead, Two Sienna Buses, 5 Tricycles Set Ablaze In Enugu By Suspected Enforcers

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Residents of Abakpa, a highly populated  axis in Enugu city and environ  were on Monday thrown into apprehension , following the killing of one person and burning of  two Sienna vehicles as well as five  tricycles, popularly known as (Keke Napep) by criminal elements who claimed to be members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, enforcing the unlawful Monday Sit- at home.

The illegal sit at home order by the pro Biafra group, IPOB, has paralyzed the economy of South East Nigeria in the last two years it started.

It was learnt that Gunmen perpetrated the criminal act at about 5 : 25 am today  at Liberty Bus stop, Abakpa which is situated in Enugu East Local Council Area of the State.

The two Sienna vehicles were said to be Nsukka bound, before the nefarious act.

Shortly after  the Abakpa attack, the hoodlums also stormed  the popular T-junction where they attempted to force  an elderly man out of his car before incinerating him inside the car.

A Source who observed the attack, but carved anonymity, said they stopped the  elderly  man and commanded him to step out of the car, but the man resisted, an action that provoked the criminals to open the fuel tank,  shot into  it, and the car went  up in flames with the man inside..

Efforts by the African Examiner  to speak with the Enugu State police public Relations officer PPRO, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, was not successful, as he did not take the calls put across to his mobile cellphone.

Our Correspondent reports that this is coming less than a month after the 2023 Enugu East Senatorial Candidate of Labour party, Barrister Oyibo Chukwu and five others were also brutally  killed and set ablaze in a Sienna car at Amechi, in Enugu South local government area of the state.


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