Army Killed IPOB Members In Rivers State Nigeria

The Nigerian army has said troops of 6 Division Garrison, Port Harcourt and 29 Battalion on have raided the enclaves of suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra at Agbomchia Forest killing no less than 7 members of the group.


Army spokesman, Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima released the statement on Saturday where he revealed that various items including arms and ammunition were recovered by security forces.

The statement read;

“Troops of 6 Division Garrison, Port Harcourt and 29 Battalion in conjunction with operatives of Nigerian Police, DSS, and NSCDC on Thursday, 27 May 2021, conducted a Clearance/Raid Operation at suspected IPOB/ESN enclaves at Agbomchia Forest along Pipeline Road Ogali/Komkom Boundary between Eleme and Oyigbo LGA’s of Rivers State.

“In the fire fight that ensued during the Clearance/Raid Operation, 7 IPOB/ESN members were neutralized while 5 suspects arrested.

“Various items belonging to the criminals including arms and ammunition were also recovered by the security forces. The camp was promptly destroyed while suspects and corpses were handed over to the Police for further actions.

“There was no casualty on own troops and other security operatives as they have returned back to base in high morale.

“The Nigerian Army urges members of the public to always avail the troops with accurate and timely information that will help in tracking down and neutralise the so-called Unknown Gunmen (UGM) who are terrorizing the region.”


 

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