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Tragic as Oil Pipeline to North in Egbema blown up by Gunmen (Video)
Affairs of shootings, attacks on security personnel, and facilities appear to gradually get into another stage of blowing pipelines and destruction of national economic and oil facilities.
This time was in Ohaji-Egbema in Imo State pipeline said to supply petroleum products to some parts of Northern Nigeria was seen engulfed in blazing yellow flames on late Sunday.
The actual cause of the flame appears sketchy as police are yet to issue clarification if it was an attack or fallout from bunkering.
The country is presently posed with series of challenges, going by economic, security, leadership, and need drastic action and measures to help survive or sink forth.
The past week has witnessed numerous clashes, attacks killings, and economic setbacks and would get deteriorating if a quick approach is not employed probably to engage the rampaging youth in a dialogue than war-war measures.
More terrifying is the unleashed destruction on INEC facilities, buildings and major electoral kits, including police and military properties.
Meanwhile, the Biafra Heroes Day celebration is smoothly running and observed in different quarters across the world, mostly supporters under the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in diaspora engaging in a peaceful march, prayer processions and cultural display.
Two governors in the Southeast, David Umahi and Willie Obiano have urged bereaved families to seize the opportunity to mourn their fallen sons and daughters directed strengthened security throughout the ceremony. Watch