DSS Allegedly Storm Nnamdi Kanu’s Residence Days After Military Invasion

Some operatives of the Department of State Services are reported to have stormed the residence of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.

The operatives are said to have being stormed the compound of the IPOB leader in three Hilux vehicles.

According to an IPOB member, Somto Okonkwo, the operatives pulled down the car garage outside the palace of the IPOB leader’s father and took away the keys of one of the vehicles parked outside.

Okonkwo posted on his Facebook page: “DSS disguised as Police men with three hilux vehicles just stormed the compound of Nnamdi kanu’s house, pulled down the car garage outside and took the keys to the sienna vehicle (one of the vehicles riddled with bullets yesterday) and zoomed off hurriedly towards the commissioner of police’s quarters!”

Okonkwo’s post comes just hours after photos of the state of the IPOB leader’s residence appeared on online.

Although the area seemed calm, the photos showed various degrees of destruction at the palace of Nnamdi Kanu’s father Eze Sir I.O Kanu.

The photos show plastic chairs including photo frames of the leader of the IPOB littered around the palace and its environs.

There are plastic chairs and photo frames of Nnamdi Kanu littered around the compound While the place looked deserted, there was a dead dog seen right inside the compound.

Also, a counsel to the IPOB leader, Ifeanyi Ejiofor said, the residence of his client was under siege by the military operatives.

Bullets rained in the resistance



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