Sit At Home: Nigerian Soldiers Killed Three Igbo Youths In Their Community
Sit At Home: Nigerian Soldiers Killed Three Youth In Their Community.
Three youth killed in Imo over enforcement of IPOB’s suspended sit-at home order.
Brigadier-General Raymond Utsaha interacting with villagers at Ngor Okpala.
Soldiers, on Monday, revealed three Youth in Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area of Imo State were killed by him and his men.
The incident was confirmed when the Commander 34 Artillery Brigade Obinze, Brigadier General Raymond Utsaha, led other commanders for an on-the-spot assessment around Umuonyenwere Umuowa community of Ngor-Okpala, where the clash took place between the Military and the suspected hoodlums.
The Nigerian Soldiers who killed them, accused them of being an IPOB members, say their crime is enforcing “Sit At Home” on the community and snatching of vehicles from Imerienwe.
So many Nigerians were not happy with the development, saying Nigerian Army is always intimidating and killings the Igbos, say there is no where in the world where people are killed simple for enforcing Sit At Home.
Mr. Emeka Nwanta says such omen from the Nigerian Army is evil and appalling, tells them to leave South East alone and go after Northern Terrorists who attacked the NDA quarters.
South Eastern part of Nigeria have been observing ‘Sit At Home’ every Monday, in protest to the abduction of Nnamdi Kanu. Even when IPOB suspended the Sit At Home, Igbos continue to observe the civil disobedience.