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Drama as police flee on sighting gunmen in Orlu Police Station (Video)
The continued raid on police in the southern region is becoming a drama scene for the masses, despite surrounding dangers, passersby, residents could not resist taking video coverage.
A surfaced footage shared online and sighted by #Scannews24 shows the moment unknown armed men raided a police station in Orlu, Imo State, and cops fled.
The yet-to-be-identified rampaging gunmen, in what appears to be a trap, blocked major escaping routes with their vehicles (police Hilux cars) on arrival.
In a sustained shootout, it is worrisome to see no extra security men deployed to the scene than one armored personnel which disappeared within seconds and the gunmen had a fun moment unchallenged.
Meanwhile, two stations of the Nigeria police force in a similar development were attacked in Akwa Ibom State on Wednesday morning.
The attackers raided Ika, for the second time in two weeks, and subsequently same morning, another Etim Ekpo Division and major facilities.
Southern Nigeria, in space of three months, has experienced major attacks by the gunmen despite efforts by security agents to battle the ongoing situation.
However, notable groups, including the Igbo apex socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, have called on the government to consider dialogue as the only sustainable option to calm the aggrieved youths.