Outrage as Nigerian Army Commander tells troops to “kill anyone seen” in Oguta, Imo | Video
A video of a Nigerian army commander telling his troops to kill anyone seen in Izombe, Oguta LGA, Imo State, sparked outrage on social media.
Video shared by Voiceoftheeast captured the moment an Army commander during a recent LGA raid in Oguta, Imo State, ordered his troops to kill anyone seen.
Naija News understands that there are growing security threats in the southeastern region of the country, Nigeria.
According to viral reports, more than 20 police stations and prisons were targeted by the gunmen, leaving behind dead officers, charred police stations, freed inmates and an empty armory.
All these incidents would have occurred between January and September 2021.
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Meanwhile, St. Albert The Great Institute of Philosophy, a Catholic-run seminary located in the Fayit community of the Kagoma chiefdom in the Jama’a local government area in Kaduna state, was attacked by armed men suspected of being terrorist bandits.
According to reports, terrorist bandits invaded the seminary on Monday evening.
The terrorists stormed the school at around 8 p.m. and started shooting sporadically, forcing everyone to safety.
A source who spoke to NewsWire about the incident said the attack lasted more than an hour before local hunters and vigilantes stepped in and “hunted down the terrorists.”
Another report said some students at the school had been kidnapped by terrorists while others were injured.