Suspected IPOB members allegedly destroy mosque in Abia
- A mosque in Abia state has been invaded and allegedly destroyed by individuals suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra
- The IPOB members allegedly defecated in the property, and also stole various items from it as they wreaked havoc
- The miscreants were also accused of destroying the certificates of students who worship at the mosque
Suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been accused of invading a Yoruba mosque in Abia state and destroying everything in it.
The development was made public by a Facebook user, Yuslah Faruk.
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In the post, a video was uploaded showing the level of destruction inflicted on the property.
In the video, a man could be heard lamenting, as he accused the miscreants of also defecating in the place of worship and stealing various items including fans, meter, and even protectors.
Various piles of paper were seen splashed about the place as the narrator stated that the criminals had also destroyed the certificates of students who worshipped in the mosque.
Registering his displeasure over the unfortunate incident, he stated: “It is unfair, this is too much. Yorubas are not interested in anything about Biafra or whatever.
“These people are wicked and callous, they destroyed everywhere, took their money.”
He further stated: “I believe that God will judge them”.
See the video:
The following pictures were also attached:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Abia state police command blamed suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for an attack on the Ariara police station in Aba.
The spokesperson for the Abia police command, Geoffrey Ogbona, stated that the attack was carried out around 6.30am on Thursday, September 14, during an ongoing military operation in the area.
Watch this Legit.ng TV video of a disabled IPOB member who traveled across the country to support Nnamdi Kanu.