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Security Agents Killed After Prayers In Anambra

by Austin Areh
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While we need to address certain situations that has led to the rise of disparities between sections of the society; Firstly, we have seen the massive use of hate speech and brainwashing of the youths, to bring about massive losses of lives and properties across the state.

This situation is dangerous as the days go by as we see that no place is safe anymore, from the airport to the streets, chaos can erupt anywhere, and this acts are totally alien to the status quo and code of the people of the South South and South East, who have hospitality and commerce at the fore front of every engagement. A place like Onitsha , Benin City and Warri DeltaState , is known to be very peaceful and calm, with so many places for recreational purposes has been exposed to instances like some parts of Liberia during the time of Charles Taylor, I still don’t understand and this is due to the constant clashes between different political interests.

There are reports that two security men have  been killed by gunmen at Joseph’s Cathedral Church in Ekwulobia, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State and the reason revolves around the fact that they attended the prayer session , which was organized to pray for the growth and development of Anambra State and the whole of the South East.


It is noted that the incident occurred a few hours after the prayer session., DSP Ikenga Tochukwu , The state Police Command spokesman, informed the public that only one person was killed. He further explained that unknown gunmen attacked the area around 10:30 pm on April 4th, 2022 at Aguata LGA Secretariat before the bullet hit one of the Church security men.


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