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BREAKING: Aba on fire. Police station razed, market shut

 

From OKEY SAMPSON, Aba

The city of Aba, the commercial hub of Abia State is on fire today as unidentified persons in the early hours of today attacked the Ariaria Police Divisional Headquarters and burnt it.

Most markets in the city and other businesses have been closed and people stayed in their homes as youth unrest spread round the city like wild fire following rumours that went viral in the wee hours of today that soldiers burnt houses and killed some residents of Umuode near Aba and its environs.

Information about the attack as at the time of filing the report was sketchy, although sources said that there was no casualty.

It was gathered that following the attack, security has been beefed up at the Aba Area Command Headquarters and other Police Divisions in the commercial city.

The Area Command headquarters was cordoned off and vehicles were not allowed to enter the adjourning roads.

*Details, later

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  1. Tai Mtn 14th September 2017 at 11:57 am

    Declare a curfew in Aba before it gets out of hand

  2. rua 14th September 2017 at 2:36 pm

    This Operation Python Dance 2 will soon meet Operation Monkey Dance (Egwu Adaka) followed by Operation Eagle Dance. I pity this Buhari of a man.

  3. Ezekiel Okeke 14th September 2017 at 7:00 pm

    Block all exits in Biafraland and Burn Down the enemy, the rats- Biafra have won the 50 years Biafra – Nigeria War- it is God given victory, it is BIAFRAN REVOLUTION WAR. Block Nsuka, Onitsha head bridge, Arochukwu, Ogbo hill exits to Ikot Ekpene, Imo River exits, Ariam, Azummini, Owerri exits to Elele etc. This is God given Biafran Day- Burn Down the enemy, Burn Down them all- non will escape- their end is on Biafran Soil. It is BIAFRAN REVOLUTION WAR. God Is With Us!!!

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