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Southeast: Unknown gunmen have killed over 150 civilians, security agents – Army Commander




The Brigadier commander of 34 Artillery Brigade, Obinze in Imo State, Raymond Utsaha has lamented the continual killing of troopers by unknown gunmen.


The commander mentioned over 38 troopers and 78 policemen have been killed by gunmen within the prevailing safety state of affairs throughout the southeast zone.

In a joint media interplay with the Imo State Commissioner of Police, Utsaha regretted the sudden improve, saying that no accountable authorities would need to enable these “legal components” to have their approach.

Based on him, “78 cops, 38 troopers, 5 naval officers, 7 airforce officers, 15 civil protection officers, 31 group policing members and over 100 harmless residents in 5 States of the southeast zone, have been killed by unknown gunmen.

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“With this staggering variety of casualties, no accountable authorities would need to enable the legal components to proceed wrecking havoc.

“It would amaze you that over 80% of safety personnel killed inside two months of the disaster are from the jap a part of the nation.

“We, due to this fact, urge members of the general public to help the safety brokers by offering them with important info. This may go a great distance in curbing the excessive charge of insecurity within the zone.”

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