The Killing Of The Biafran Guard Commander Should Be A Warning To Hoodlums Causing Chaos In The East

A report reaching us from Sahara Reporters has confirmed the killing of the Biafran ‘National Guard Commander’ by the Nigerian army. The commander was killed after gunmen attacked the troop’s location in Abia State. Recall that gunmen suspected to members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been causing mayhem in the southeastern region of the country – several people have lost their loved ones and properties due to their activities.

Below are photos from the clash between the gunmen and soldiers:

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The recent killing of the Biafran Commander should serve as a warning to hoodlums causing chaos in the southeastern region. It should be noted that the military is a force to reckon with in Africa and can tackle enemies both from within and outside the country. Also, they are better trained than the miscreants causing a breach of peace in the region and are therefore more likely to defeat them In a gun duel.

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Photo of the Biafran ‘National Guard Commander’.

Furthermore, this should be a warning to the unscrupulous elements planning to disrupt the forthcoming Anambra state gubernatorial election. It should be noted that the Nigerian military recently purchased 60 armoured vehicles to combat insecurity and might use it on any group or individual that threatens the peace of the country.

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Residents of the southeast are admonished to advice their loved ones against joining any group planning to cause chaos in the region or risk facing the wrath of the military.

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