News Line.

Nimbo community in Uzo-Uwani is now a ghost
town as inhabitants have fled their home
following the continued Fulani herdsmen invasion
and slaughter of the Igbos. Confirming this, one
Mr Aluma Jona Enyi who is a native of the town
has this to say:
"I just called some people to know the situation
of things in Nimbo community. Pst. samuel
chukwuemeka of the Christ holy church (odozi
obodo) whose church is one of the churches
burnt by Fulani herdsmen confirmed to me that
his car, Church and house were razed by the
Fulani herdsmen around 5am today, he cried out
for help from all good Nigerians to help him out,
as of now he is homeless."
"When i called HRH Akor John Adam the igwe of
Nimbo community, he said that his village is
now empty as all his people had fled to Ugbene,
Abbi, Uvuru and Nkpologwu and others to
Nsukka, he confirmed to me that about eleven
houses were razed. He stated that military men
are everywhere now, corpses and bodies of those
critically injured are being carried to Bishop
Shannan hospital Nsukka by security personnel."
"My effort to speak with Rev Fr Okeke Obetta the
Parish Priest, St Mary Catholic church which I
learnt his house was also affected remains
unsuccessful as his phone was switched off.
Some confident men and security personnel ar
the only people you can see around the village
as it has turned to war zone..."
"I couldn't speak to any security personnel to
know if any arrest has been made so far as they
are busy patrolling every nook and cranny of the
community to make sure no further attack will be
carried out by Fulani herdsmen."
"A corps member, Mr Patrick Eze who came
home to see his parents is also confirmed dead,
the number of casualties recorded are almost
twelve now and many injured people which
percentage of their survival is very minimal. the
picture below is the corpses of our people
butchered by the Fulani herdsmen at Nimbo
Apostle Enyi....

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