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Joint security operatives reportedly invaded meeting hall of members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Ebonyi state.
Viral pictures retrieved by SCANNEWS 24 on social media showed one of the members backed as blood gushed from his foot.
Many who showed dissatisfaction on seeing the pictures has criticized the state governor, David Umahi, accused him of sending military against peaceful agitators.
This is coming barely two weeks the group released a video footage of bullets used shot at community members by suspected men in military uniform.
Police is yet to brief general public over the incident as the time of filing this report.
More gathered news revealed that men of the security arrived the undisclosed venue will over five Toyota Hilux, arrested many, left one deep gunshot injury.
See video shared by a Facebook client, Chiukwuemeka Ike on Sunday 27 2019:
BREAKING NEWSNigerian police firing life bullet at IPOB women in Ebonyi state Biafra land.Someone should tell Dave that soonest he will receive his report card.