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Vigilante killed after Soldiers invade community (PHOTO)

It was earlier reported that angry villagers chased away soldiers yesterday at Boki local government area of Cross River State following clash between military men and community youths. Information reaching the PoliticsNGR newsdesk this evening reveals that more soldiers were deployed to the region due to the raging cult war which has seen many dead.

The soldiers allegedly shot and wounded two youths from Nsadop community before the villagers retaliated and attacked the soldiers to the extent of burning one of their vehicles.

Fresh reports reveal that the soldiers have regrouped and invaded the Nsadop community and have destroyed telecommunications masts in order to make communication impossible.

Some indigenes of Nsadop were allegedly killed by the soldiers. Photos below;

Vigilante killed after Soldiers invade community (PHOTO) was last modified: June 15th, 2018 by Politics Nigeria
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