IPOB Sit-At-Home: Man Reportedly Shot Dead By Soldiers In Aba (Photos)

A photo of Kelvin Nnamdi Ikemeh allegedly shot dead by soldiers (Photo credit: Ezeugo Netz Nnam)

A Nigerian manwas reportedly shot dead in Aba by security operatives while allegedly observing the sit-at-home order given by the Indigenous People of Biafra to honour their fallen heroes.

Ezeugo Netz Nnam who shared photos of the incident on Facebook narrated how the incident happened and wrote:

“A 25 year old vibrant Biafran young star KELVIN NNAMDI IKEMEH has been shot dead on this day, this morning of 30th May 2018 by the Nigeria military. KELVIN NNAMDI IKEMEH and his neighbors were sitting outside their premises in Urata by Port Harcourt Road Aba, enjoying the sit at home order while the Nigeria army in their hilux, drove towards them and began to shot sporadically.

The young men on seeing military attack, ran in different directions. KELVIN NNAMDI IKEMEH ran into a nearby bush unknowing to him that he was on target. The military chased him, while he was screaming for help, he felt on the ground pleading on them to spare his life. But those army were determined to kill on sight as the shot him point blank.

They continued to shoot, but this time into the air to further scare the neighborhood. As people stood calm in their different hiding places, they dragged his body on the ground into their vehicle and drove off.”

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