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Video of soldier hiding from Unknown Gunmen surfaces (Watch)
The security situation across major states in Nigeria appears to be an issue both the masses, armed and unarmed forces are uncomfortable with.
A retrieved clip of armed military personnel hiding from gunmen has stirred unpleasant reactions on the social platform.
The soldier, who indicated fear and alertness, was seen in a petrol station struggling to hide and picture a better target.
Recall killing and destruction of security facilities in the southern part of Nigeria has been a trend for over two months and counting.
The safety situation reached a disturbing height after agents killed a commander of IPOB’s Eastern Security Network, Ikonso around March 2021.
The death has followed threats and counter-threats between IPOB leadership and security forces in various southern states.
Particularly, the Imo Governor, Hope Uzodinma has vowed to smoke out all hoodlums operating in the state as unknown gunmen to unleash raid on security forces.
IPOB had in December last year launched security wing, ESN engaged in tackling the menace of Fulani Herdmen within forests and farmlands mainly in the Southeast.
The Herders has since been issued an order to vacate bushes and rural areas to urban cities. Governors’ Forum additionally enforced ban on open grazing in the region. Watch