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Suspected IPOB Members In Enugu Set Ablaze Truck Loaded with Spare Parts






(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Suspected members of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra IPOB, enforcing the unlawful sit at- home order in Southeast region of Nigeria, on Monday took laws into their hands as they set on fire a lorry loaded with motorcycle spare parts.

The incident occurred at Eluagu Obukpa, in Nsukka council area of Enugu State.

African Examiner gathered that the arsonists driving a Sienna vehicle crossed the lorry, and forced it to stop before setting it ablaze.

It was learnt that men of the Enugu Fire Service raced to the scene to salvage the situation, but they couldn’t get there on time as the goods valued several millions of naira had been destroyed before their arrival.



The state police public Relations officer PPRO Daniel Ndukwe, when contacted said “Information surrounding a truck found on fire this morning at Eluagu Obukpa in Nsukka LGA is sketchy, as the command is yet to receive any formal report of the incident.

However, he added that preliminary investigation has commenced.

The sit-at-home which had hitherto been cancelled has continued every Monday across the Southeast Nigeria, as the aggressive IPOB members insist on hearing directly from their detained leader Nnamdi Kanu.

The sit-at-home has also defied all threats from state governments in the five States of the zone as the group has vowed that   it would continue until their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently being detained in DSS custody of 11 count charge including treason, is set free unconditionally .


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