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Army, Police, OSPAC in a joint operation killed 7 Igbo Youths in Rivers (Video)
In what appears to be a joint security operation, according to gathered reports, Nigerian Army, Police, and OSPAC invaded a community in Rivers State killing seven persons.
The victims, who are residents of Okpulor, Iriebe Community, Obio-Akpo Local Government Area of the state, said to be asleep when the security operatives arrived the community in an unprovoked attack.
Among the affected victims are two ladies and five young men (names unknown) believed to be ‘Igbo Youths’ who were shot dead on early Thursday, May 2021.
The police are yet to brief the public relating to the unconfirmed incident at the time of filing this report.
We understand there has been series of a security breaches in the different parts of the state leading to the death of security agents and destruction of facilities.
In view to curtail further attacks, the state government had reviewed its imposed curfew earlier put to 10 PM to 6 AM. Now from 7 PM to 6 AM. However, the cause of the bloody attack is yet to be ascertained.
Similarly, in the early hours of Thursday, the yet to be identified hoodlums unleashed an attack on a police station within Bende LGA of Abia State, burning down a building.
The armed men engaged cops in a fierce gun battle for minutes but no idea if any casualty was recorded. Residents of the area were thrown in deep fear.