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Watch Video As Gunmen Burn Motorcycle, Tricycle In Nsukka: IPOB’s Sit-at-Home

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Watch Video As Gunmen Burn Motorcycle, Tricycle In Nsukka: IPOB’s Sit-at-Home

Watch Video As Gunmen Burn Motorcycle, Tricycle In Nsukka: IPOB’s Sit-at-Home

The incident happened around 6.00am on Thursday when some gunmen on motorcycles with face masks stopped the cyclits.
A motorcycle and a tricycle have been burnt by gunmen suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra in Umakashi Road by Nsukka Building Material Market of Enugu state.
It was gathered that the men were reportedly enforcing the sit-at-home order on Thursday.
A witness who pleaded anonymity told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Nsukka on Thursday that the incident happened around 6.00am on Thursday when some gunmen on motorcycles with face masks stopped the cyclits.
He said they beat up the passengers in the motorcycle and tricycle, before setting them ablaze.
“After setting the tricycle and motorcycle ablaze, they waited for about 10 minutes before they zoomed off, shooting in the air, ” he said.
NAN gathered that many shops, business centres, motor parks, banks, markets, and schools both private and public, did not open on Thursday because the news of the incident had spread within Nsukka town and environs.
When contacted Mr Charles Ikema, the Acting Chairman of Nsukka Building Material Market confirmed the incident.
Ikema said he rushed to the market and ordered its closure following the early morning incident.
“I did not witness the burning of motorcycle and tricycle by people suspected to be enforcing sit-at-home order but l saw the tricycle and motorcycle set ablaze by the hoodlums.
 
“I ordered the closure of the market to ensure the security of lives and property,” he said.
However, when contacted, the Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr Daniel Ndukwe, said the State Police Command had not received an official report of the incident.
The outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had earlier cancelled the fixed Thursday sit-at-home order in South East, due to the shifting of Nnamdi Kanu’s court case from May 26 to June 28 by the court.
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