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Police Kills Two Gunmen Enforcing Sit-At-Home Order In Anambra

Two men allegedly enforcing a “sit-at-home” order have been shot dead in Anambra State.

Anambra State Police Command has killed two gunmen enforcing sit-at-home along the Umunze Road, Orumba South Local Government Area of the state.

Police Kills Two Gunmen Enforcing Sit-At-Home Order In Anambra

Gunmen Killed In Anambra

The command spokesman, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, said the gun-bearing hoodlums were killed on Monday by their operatives on crime prevention patrol.

Ikenga said, “The Anambra State Command Operatives on crime prevention patrol in the early hours of today, along Umunze road, Orumba South LGA, engaged armed-bearing gunmen allegedly enforcing sit-at-home in Anambra State.

“The Operatives neutralised two of the miscreants and recovered a white Toyota Hiace Bus with no registration number.

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“Further details show that these miscreants were obstructing the movement of innocent road users going for their businesses.

“The hoodlums forcefully collect their motorbikes and tricycles, chase away the passengers and they set the motorcycle or tricycle ablaze.

“Meanwhile, the police have intensified more efforts towards prevention of crimes and normalcy has returned.”

KkanyiDaily had also reported how suspected arsonists set ablaze a Magistrate Court and other buildings housing several offices on the premises of the secretariat of Idemili Local Government Area in Ogidi, a town in Anambra State.

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