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EndSARS: Details of how IPOB kills soldiers, Police in bizzare manner in Portharcourt

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Details of how Stable Mgbere led Indegenous People of Biafra (IPOB) disguising as EndSARS protesters killing about five soldiers, three Police men violently has emerged over the weekend.

Rivers State Police Command has affirmed that raids on its area Command and Police stations at Oyingbo Local Government Council in Rivers State were carried out by IPOB.

IPOB members alledgedly killed three Police Officers, cut off a hand of one of the dead officer who earlier attempted shooting.

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Also, Police Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) driver was killed and one other officer was burnt alive, while the third one was reportedly stoned till he gave up the ghost.

Among properties burnt were 15 Police vehicles, a hospital and an Appeal Court complex located in Oyigbo.

However, a source narrated on his on his Facebook wall on Thursday said that he was at the Military Hospital in Port Harcourt when the corpses of the soldiers were brought into the facility, with circumstances surrounding their killings yet to be unravelled.

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“I am at the military hospital in Port Harcourt and I can confirm that five soldiers were brought in dead two days ago (Wednesday).

”I witnessed a very short session when one of the captains instructed the soldiers on mannerism and how to talk to the people. However, people should not take their humanity for granted.

“They are hurting. They already have an instruction not to shoot and that instruction though fair can also hurt seeing that their brothers are being killed”.

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The Spokeperson for 6 Division, Nigerian Army, Maj. Charles Ekeocha, however, said the matter had not been reported to his office.

CAPITAL POST earlier reports that governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State in a State broadcast on Friday declared IPOB leader, Stanley Mgberem wanted wanted.

He also placed a ransom of N5 million on information leading to his arrest.

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