Gunmen attack soldiers at checkpoint in Anambra
A few unidentified shooters on Saturday went after troopers at a designated spot in Agulu, Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State.
Sources said the shooters used programmed riffles, cutlasses and other perilous weapons, similarly as they came in their numbers.
They purportedly showed up at the designated spot which was monitored by officers and began taking shots at them, making the fighters respond in a bid to save themselves.
The source said the shooters came in extraordinary cars numbering around four, associated to have been grabbed from clueless individuals with people in general for their detestable tasks.
“They stood up to the officers for north of 10 minutes, making inhabitants of the area hasten for security, and after a long shooting match, the men overwhelmed the warriors, and they needed to pull out.
“The men didn’t cover their appearances, and they were yelling on top of their voices, asking that Nnamdi Kanu, head of prohibited Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, be delivered.
“We saw them, certain individuals even attempted to make recordings, however everybody was apprehensive not to be spotted and shot,” the source said.
In the mean time, the Anambra State Police Command has affirmed the episode, while likewise censuring it as an assault on the country.
DSP Toochukwu Ikenga who addressed DAILY POST said: “By and large, any assault on any security specialist is a danger to the spirit of a country. Indeed, there was a shooting occurrence at a designated spot in Agulu however the data is as yet crude.”