Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Police clash with members of the IPOB in Ebonyi
Although no one lost their lives, several members of the pro-Biafra group were injured as a result of the conflicts that broke out when security agents stormed Oguzoronweya Elementary School, where the group inaugurated its chapter. .
IPOB chief Nnamdi Kanu, who announced the news on his Twitter account shortly after. "A team of security agents invaded the IPOB meeting place in Ebonyi and opened fire on innocent citizens. Early reports indicate that many are seriously injured and some are in critical condition, "said Kanu.
When contacted, the state's public relations officer, Loveth Odah, a deputy superintendent of police, rejected IPOB's claim that the police had opened fire on them and instead, it was a pro-Biafra group that allegedly attacked the police with weapons and other dangers. Objects