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A viral video involving Nigeria Police officers fleeing from angry youths suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) surfaced.
The video which has been in circulation has triggered a public reaction on social media.
The youths were overheard charging the security forces “shoot, shoot” and they retreated, drove off speedily with their vehicles, two white and black Hilux vans.
The angry youths are suspected to be IPOB members.
Scannews24 could not ascertain the location of the incident at the time of publication.
Recall the Nigerian security agents and IPOB members were involved in a bloody incident that took the lives of 22 persons in Emene, Enugu State.
According to the report, some hoodlums have carried out attacks at some security checkpoints in the state, made away with guns after bunning police cars.
IPOB has raised an alarm of the continued clampdown on its members in Enugu after the killing of members.
Yesterday, Nnamdi Kanu shared on his Facebook page that the security operatives arrested an IPOB member, Ofornedu Okoafor, who was receiving medical care in a hospital along with his aged father.
Kanu warned to unleash unimaginable consequences on the security agents if anything happens to him.
However, Police DPO Enugu State has given an alternative entrance to residents in troubled Barracks in the state.
The signed notice by the Police Divisional Officer Central Police Station Enugu, CSP Ezenwa Onyekaba, read: “With regards to security challenges in the State, the DPO urges all residents in the Barracks to please make use of the second gate till further notice”