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Revealed: Aba woman plans reiteration on Nigerian Army as Government remain silent over assault

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Earlier report some days ago has stated that soldiers allegedly invaded the conference venue of women of the Indigenous People of Biafra, assaulted and arrested many of them.

It was confirmed 3 days ago that the traditional ruler of Abiriba, a town in Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia state has condemned what he described as atrocity committed in his land by men of the Nigerian police and army.

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A claim made by a group of partly-dressed women in a video posted online, accusing soldiers of stripping, harassing and arresting them.

Reacting, the deputy director, Public Relations, 82 Division of the Nigerian Army, Sagir Musa, said the claims were aimed at discrediting the army and that the report was “false” and “sheer propaganda”, the army said in a statement Saturday.

A fresh report reaching us is claiming that the Aba women are secretly planning to carry out a counter attack on the Nigerian Army including and Nigerian police, some of the imformations on the attack we receieved are

  1. Setting ablaze the Nigerian police station in Abriba

 

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  1. chukwujekwu umeorizu.

    Yes The are doing what the suppose to do.

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