In Nigeria, almost everything goes the other way. The southeast governors denied their people so many things, killed them, raped and kidnapped them in the name of Operation Python Dance here in Biafra Land. The first had happened, the second happened which led to the death of thousands of Biafrans and the killings in the house of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of IPOB on 14th September 2017. In Abia State on Friday 27th September 2019, Police clashed with few unknown boys at the junction of Oko Jumbo Street by Degema Street that connected Umuos junction.

According to a victim Ugochukwu Nna said; "the Police normally comes here and collect money (roger) with their mini bus without plate number and they don't even wear their uniform but on Friday 27th September, they came with the mini bus parked, while the collection of the bribe was going on, few unknown boys confronted them, the Aba Ndiegoro Police started shooting live bullets on them, and one of the boys were shot and some people in their respective houses and shops were also shot, the boys retaliated and set their mini bus on fire. Since Friday they have been arrest upon arrest of people, shooting people, and breaking people's houses and carrying their properties including generators and Plasma TV".

He also said "I didn't recover any of my properties and I have three children with my wife, I don't know where to run to with my family". We recorded seven houses burnt at that Junction and people's shops were also burnt down too.

A woman, they arrested her husband said "I went to give my husband food and they sent me back, and at my eyes the arrested folds were struggling for life because the police didn't accept anybody to give them food, and at same time, an old man died in the prison on Tuesday 1st October 2019. Upon what is already happening, the Police, SARS are still causing problems in Aba, and by journalistic investigation, before next week Okezie Ikpeazu the Governor of Abia State will declare Operation Python Dance, and then deploy soldiers to kill the people.

Written by:
Ajuzieogu Bernard
For: Abia State Media

Edited by:
Solomon Elughaiwe
For: Abia State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Abia State Media

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