Six Members Of IPOB Died In Anambra Gunfire
Anambra State reveals that six suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB have been killed during a gunbattle at Awkuzu on Monday, August 9.
In a statement released, the Commander Officer, Adekunle Okeniyi, revealed that the suspected IPOB members attacked the troops and carried out an attack.
Six Members Of IPOB Died
The statement reads;
The attention of the Naval Outpost, Onitsha has been drawn to some false publications that on the 9th August 2001, two naval personnel were killed at Awkuzu during a gun duel with suspected Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Anambra state.
The Naval Outpost Onitsha clearly refutes this fake news and wishes to state categorically that none of own personnel suffered any casualty during the gun duel.
Rather, the troops fought gallantly and were able to repel the attack which resulted in the loss of six suspected IPOB members while others suffered serious injury.
For the avoidance of doubt the Naval Outpost Onitsha calls for an immediate halt to the circulation of this fake news and wishes to advise the general public to disregard this fake news.