Bombs Found In Abia, Residents Gripped With Fear
Residents of Ohafia area of Abia State were gripped with fear yesterday, after bombs were reportedly found in the community.
Soldier on duty along the Ebem/Asaga Road had gotten information at about 9a.m that some strange objects were found in the area after some herdsmen passed the area between the house of Nigerian Ambassador to Canada, Chief Ojo Maduekwe and that of the member representing Ohafia South in the state House of Assembly, Mba Ukaha.
According to Daily Sun report, the soldiers after visiting the site and seeing the object, alerted their superiors at the 14 Brigade headquarters, Ohafia who ordered the area to be cordoned off and vehicles stopped from plying that route.
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A source who pleaded anonymity said men of the Bomb Disposal Unit of the Abia State Command were immediately drafted to the area and when they arrived, spotted one of the bombs allegedly connected to a high tension wire. They were said to have detonated the bombs and took them to Umuahia for analysis.
“It was around 9.30a.m. after I had already gone to work that I received the information and I had to rush back home. On my way back, I stopped to see some of the soldiers at the checkpoint because we are friendly and they confirmed the incident to me and I had to rush home immediately.Read more
Sources: Daily Sun Newspaper, Naij.com news
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