- Gunmen have burnt down Osumenyi, Amichi and Ezinifite police stations in Anambra state hours after Soludo visited
- The incident occurred hours after a security man was killed and parts of council secretariat in Ukpor of Nnewi South was burnt
- The recent attack is believed to be a direct daring of the state governor who said the state will not tolerate criminality
In another heartbreak for Nigeria, rampaging gunmen have burnt down Osumenyi, Amichi and Ezinifite police station,
All the stations are in Nnewi South local government area of Anambra state.
According to Vanguard Newspaper the hoodlums burnt three police station in the area, apparently to dare the governor and the police in the area.
The incident occurred barely 48 hours after a security man was killed and parts of council secretariat in Ukpor of Nnewi South local government area were burnt.
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Elite slap: Soludo gives 'perfect' description of Bianca Ojukwu, Ebele Obiano debacle
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Governor Soludo described the debacle between a widow of the late Biafran warlord, Chuwkuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, and the immediate past first lady of Anambra state Ebele Obiano as comic.
Soludo while speaking in an interview with Arise TV on Tuesday, March 22, said the clash between Mrs Ojukwu and Ebele held no interest to him except for its comic value.
The governor said the the incident between the two women was not a distraction to his inaugural ceremony.
Apongbon fire outbreak: Lagos announces closure of Eko Bridge
In another news, Legit.ng reported that the Lagos state government had announced the closure of the popular Eko Bridge following the fire incident in Apongbon area.
According to a statement issued by the Lagos state government, it said the bridge would be closed indefinitely.
The statement says:
“TRAVEL ALERT: Eko Bridge has been shut indefinitely by the Lagos State Government due to a fire outbreak at Apongbon in the early hours of today."
It will be recalled that Legit.ng on Wednesday, March 23, reported the fire outbreak where some nearby vehicles were affected with no life lost.