Unknown Gunmen Set Imo Lawmaker’s House Ablaze With Explosives

Unknown Gunmen Set Imo Lawmaker’s House Ablaze With Explosives

Criminals suspected to be arsonists have set ablaze the country home of the lawmaker representing Orlu/Oru East/Orsu Federal Constituency of Imo State in the House of Representatives, Canice Nwachukwu.

It was reported that the politician’s home was set on fire on Thursday morning.

A source quoted in the report said the lawmaker was not home when the suspects committed the arson in his village at Abara in Amanator Okporo community in Orlu Local Government Area.

The source said: “The men came with explosives metals and fuel. Before setting the house on fire, they looted some properties. They equally made video footage of the compound and the domestic staff.

“While making the videos, they threatened to mastermind more terrors. They came with guns and explosives like locally made bombs and dynamites. The staff luckily escaped before they set the building on fire.”

When contacted, the state spokesperson for the police, Henry Okoye, said it had commenced an investigation into the case.

Recommended For You

About the Author: Gists9ja

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *