Unknown Gunmen Kill University Student, Burn Offices Of Nigeria’s Secret Police, Road Safety Corps In Anambra

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At least one person was killed by unknown gunmen, suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Nnewi, Anambra State on Sunday. 

The deceased was identified as Chioma, a College of Sciences student at Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

Also, it was learnt that the offices of the Department of State Services (DSS) and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) were razed by the gunmen. A man speaking in the video says, “DSS office on fire live on Sunday morning. Both Road Safety office and DSS office on fire this Sunday morning.” 

One Mfomso Emem (Tailor gal), @Sonsydarling1 tweeted, “This Nnewi currently being terrorised by IPOB, one of the busiest roundabouts for trading is now left empty. People running for safety. Shot a Unizik student this afternoon to bleed to death. 

“Why kill and destroy the people you want to rule? Who is sponsoring them?” 

This Nnewi currently being terrorised by IPOB, one of the busiest roundabouts for trading is now left empty. People running for safety. Shot a Unizik student this afternoon to bleed to death.
Why kill and destroy the people you want to rule?
Who is sponsoring them? 

Meanwhile, some of Chioma’s colleagues have been paying tribute to her on social media. 

One Beville (@beville001) tweeted, “Just lost one of my school mate(Chioma) in college of health sciences okofia Nnewi to unknown gun men.”

Another person, Ijeoma Ezeasor (@EzeasorIje) tweeted, “Chioma died today in the hands of those who claimed to be Unknown Gun Men. They will never know peace. Chioma go in peace. 

Nnewi is bleeding!!!!” 

Chioma died today in the hands of those who claimed to be Unknown Gun Men. They will never know peace. Chioma go in peace.
Nnewi is bleeding!!!! 

Earlier, SaharaReporters reporter that gunmen attacked the residence of Joe Igbokwe, the Special Adviser on Drainage and Water Resources to the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in Nnewi, Anambra State.
There was said to have been heavy gunfire during the attack.

Credit: Sahara Reporters


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