Unknown gunmen write threat letter to Imo State residents

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Armed group, who identified themselves as ‘Unknown Gunmen’ on Monday sent a threat letter to residents in Owerri, Imo State. According to reports, the threat letter was posted in several parts of the town which caused apprehension.

In the letter, the gunmen, warned that there should be no movement in the state on Mondays, adding that the Nigerian national Anthem or Pledge must not be recited in any school or institution

The group also threatened tricycle riders (Keke Napep), warning that none of them must be seen operating on Mondays in the state. They warned members of security forces against bearing arms in the state.

The gunmen also stressed that only ‘unknown gunmen’ are allowed to bear arms in Biafraland.

The letter reads in part, “We the Unknown Gunmen have concluded that from now henceforth there will be no reciting of the NATIONAL ANTHEM OR NATIONAL PLEDGE in any school or gathering in Biafraland.”



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