Over N12b Worth of Goods Burnt down as Nigerian army Invade a Village in Abia State


Travellers lament as they discussed the heartless inversion of a roadside village along Enugu-Port Harcourt express way by the Nigerian army. Nigerian army mounted roundabout the village to hold off press from bringing the inferno to the social media.

According to an AKTC driver who has the road as his popular route, the raiding of the community took place on the 26th day of December, 2022. From his description, the satellite town lies by the roadside, between Okigwe and Abia Tower. 

It was said that a group of Fulani-speaking soldiers stepped on the toes of the Natives. It later degenerateed into a fight during which one of the natives killed a soldier as he was trying to extricate himself from the attempts of the soldiers to kill him.


Hours later, the army came in their numbers and invaded the village. They burnt all the shops in the market alongside their content goods worth over N12b. Beside desolating the village, Nigerian army are still their to prevent anybody from entering the village.

According to the driver, many people are feared dead. As he revealed, the soldiers pursued after the natives, shooting towards their directions, as they ran for their lives. It is possible that they wouldn't want to leave the village until, maybe, they have carried away all the dead bodies to avoid problems of any massacre in the area. They call it "clean up".

AjuedeNews still look forward to unveiling the very same of the inversed village.




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