On Friday, a group of gunmen, thought to be kidnappers, staged an audacious attack on unsuspecting travelers along the Ugwogo-Neke Road in Enugu State. According to reports, this bold act of violence claimed the lives of two innocent people.
An event occurred recently along the state’s border between Enugu East and Isi-Uzo local government areas.
A wave of kidnapping activities has devastated the Enugu State hamlet of Ugwogo, causing enormous anxiety for locals and making road travel a perilous experience.
An eyewitness has now come forward to share critical details about the latest occurrence. The incident, which occurred on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m., has gotten a lot of attention.
According to a source, a group of suspected kidnappers conducted a surprise attack on unsuspecting people along a busy thoroughfare. According to reports, they shot their firearms indiscriminately at oncoming automobiles, killing two people in one of the targeted vehicles. The perpetrators then drove to another car and snatched numerous people before forcing them into a waiting bus.
Chief Cyril Mbah of Neke Odenigbo-Nike was reportedly fatally shot by men suspected of being kidnappers in a frightening occurrence. According to an eyewitness, the traumatic episode occurred along the Ugwogo/Isi-uzo route, at the Neke Odenigbo intersection.
A guy was traveling home with his daughter when he found himself in a life-threatening predicament. According to reports, he unexpectedly discovered a group of people suspected of being involved in kidnapping activities. These suspects fired a torrent of bullets at the man and his vehicle without notice.
Tragically, he died as a result of the gunfire, while his daughter luckily survived unscathed.
In a bold move, the kidnappers opened fire and purposely deflated the tires of another car that was approaching the area. They took the driver and all other individuals there with precision and effectiveness, escaping without a trace.
The locations of the individuals in question are unknown at this time.
The police in Enugu State have not yet confirmed the purported attack.