APC Crisis: Thugs attack Rivers high court, release Bullets (PHOTOS)
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APC Crisis: Thugs attack Rivers high court, release Bullets (PHOTOS)

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Information reaching the PoliticsNGR newsdesk this afternoon revealed that thugs allegedly loyal to a former governor, Rotimi Amaechi attacked the Rivers state high court destroying property and vandalizing vehicles.

The thugs were allegedly backed by over 40 operatives of Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) who reportedly locked the Gate of the High Court Complex as the youths vandalized vehicles and offices in a bid to intimidate judicial officers.

Workers and judges who struggled to gain entrance were allegedly beaten to stupor, while the SARs operatives shot repeatedly into the air.

The supporters were allegedly led by Jacob Briggs from Akuku-Toru Local Government Area said that they blocked the court premises to stop proceedings in the suit filed by Senator Magnus Abe.

Briggs claimed that the Senator is planning to use the High Court to stop the rivers APC Local Government Congresses.

However, rivers youths numbering over 100 marched to the High Court Complex, defied the SARs operatives who were reportedly shooting before they opened the court.

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Updated on August 2, 2018 at 11:14 am