JUST IN: Panic In Enugu State Over Alleged Sporadic Shootings





Tension has surmounted in the Eastern part of Nigeria, specifically Enugu, following the alleged erratic shootings by hoodlums who are suspected to be enforcing one week Sit- At-Home order.


However, the spokesman of the police department in Enugu, Daniel Ndukwe dismissed the alleged shootings, calling it 'fake news.'


He, however, urged the people to go about their daily businesses, adding that those behind the fake news did it to cause tension. He also went on to say that the police agent visited all the areas where they claimed the shootings took place and discovered that the news was fake.


Meanwhile, Simon Ikpa, a factional leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) based in Finland, had ordered residents of the Southeast to observe one week Sit-At-Home as part of efforts to press for the release of the founder of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.


News source correspondent who went round Enugu found out that sellers who came out for their various businesses earlier this morning hurriedly shut down their shops for fear of being attacked by the hoodlums.



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