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Sit-At-Home: Watch As Hoodlums Set Bus On Fire in Anambra (Video)
Some residents in the Southeast count losses over continued sit-at-home exercises ongoing in the region.
A motorist reportedly had lost his vehicle to unidentified hoodlums in Anambra State earlier on Tuesday.
This is coming as the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) remembers some members said to have been killed through the course of Biafra agitation under Nnamdi Kanu’s leadership.
The group mapped out every 14 September of the year nicked ‘Saboteurs Day’ to pray, mourn and visit bereaved families. It is also followed by indoor moments restraining people from business activities.
Streamed footage somewhere in Anambra State, Namka, the fleeing hoodlums stopped the bus driver and light up the vehicle.
The cause of the ugly incident was not ascertained at the time of filing this report.
Similarly, a Tricyclist had also cried out following a painful experience in Enugu State. The man who did not disclose his name said certain men attacked him and damaged his tricycle.
This is coming barely 72 hours after unknown individuals lit up a landing truck loaded with motor parts in Enugu.
IPOB has since been condemned the regrettable attack described as an act of enemies. They also warned those still embarking on Monday’s suspended sit-at-home order.Watch