Nigerian Troops Uncover Shocking Discoveries In IPOB Camp

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Troops from the Nigerian Army’s 82 Division discovered burnt corpses of police operatives in a camp belonging to suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its armed militant wing, Eastern Security Network (ESN).

The discovery was made during a raid of IPOB camps in Imo State. The camps are located along Umulolo-Umukele-Amousu and Agbobu in Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State.

The troops destroyed the camps despite encountering several improvised explosive devices (IED) planted by the terrorists.

During the search, signs of terrorists’ activities, occultic and acts of cannibalism by the group were discovered.

The troops also destroyed the IED-making factory of the terrorists. The troops recovered rank badges of two policemen that were kidnapped along Enugu-Port Harcourt road. Two suspects were arrested, and burnt policemen’s corpses were recovered for proper burial.

Other items recovered include Biafra currencies, fake US Dollar bills, Biafra Liberation Army T-shirts, other Biafra insignia, military kit bags, cables used for IED detonation, and axes.

The army also foiled a kidnap attack by suspected IPOB/ESN terrorists in Owerri, the Imo State capital. The troops engaged the criminals in a gun duel, forcing them to abandon the victim.

Troops recovered one AK-47 rifle and magazine, a G-3 rifle with mounted magazines, and the vehicle used by terrorists. The General Officer Commanding, 82 Division of the Nigerian Army, Hassan Taiwo-Dada, has appreciated the “incredible cooperation of other security agencies” for the successes achieved so far in the South-east.

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