Army demolishes IPOB shrines and camps and recovers bodies in Imo State..

    In the Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State, the Nigerian Army claims to have demolished four camps that were thought to be hiding places for the Eastern Security Network and the illegal Indigenous People of Biafra. Fresh and old corpses were also discovered.

    This was said in a statement released on Monday and uploaded on the verified (formerly Twitter) page of the Joint Task Force, Operation UDO KA II, by Jonah Uniakhalu, the force’s spokesperson.

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    The statement claims that throughout the operation, the forces engaged in gunfire with members of the IPOB and ESN, who fled into nearby woodlands after suffering bullet wounds.

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    The following was stated in the statement: “On Sunday, October 1, 2023, troops of Joint Task Force South-East Operation UDO KA II cleared four notorious camps of the Indigenous People of Biafra and its armed affiliates, the Eastern Security Network, at Ihube, Aku, and Umulolo in Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State.

    “While conducting the clearance operation, troops came across numerous IEDs while traveling to the camps. However, because of the stronger weaponry, the irredentist retreated into nearby trees while still suffering from bullet wounds. It was found that the camps were being used to perpetuate crimes against humanity such cannibalism, occultic ritual killings, and cannibalism in order to terrorize law-abiding individuals. Numerous fresh and old corpses found while cleaning the camps made these obvious.

    The statement also revealed that the operation resulted in the demolition of Amobi Okafor, also known as Temple, a suspected terrorist whose shrine was on the force’s wanted list and where it is allegedly practiced human sacrifice.

    The homes of the two herbalists/spiritual leaders (Dibias) who pursued them were also destroyed. In addition, the temple, also known as Amobi Chinoso Okafor’s shrine, where human sacrifices are performed, was demolished. Four of the offenders were taken into custody while two IPOB/ESN members were neutralized by the Joint Task Force. Various Biafra currencies in various denominations, one new power bike, four motorbikes, and solar panels are among the items that were retrieved from the camps. POP cement and a fuel tanker that may have been taken over.


    The spokesperson stated that the armed forces would not give up on ridding the country’s Eastern region of terrorists, criminals, and crime.

    “Operation UDO KA II will keep up its fight against crime and criminality by adhering to the norms and regulations currently in place. All law-abiding and upright residents of the South-East region are urged to take action against these vile terrorists by disseminating timely, trustworthy, and accurate information that will help put an end to the threat of insecurity brought on by the terrorist group’s activities in the area. The statement added, “Do not be a victim of this sacrilegious criminal defiling Igboland.

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