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Monday, December 21, 2015

Biafra agitation: Anambra State warns on foreign images of dead persons in circulation

The Anambra State Government has warned of frivolous circulation of foreign images of dead persons in the name of those killed in the cause of protests by the suspected Indigenous People of Biafra (IPB) in Onitsha part of the state, reports ITRealms.

The state government through the Ifeanyi Aniagoh, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) Social Media to the Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano sounded this warning at the weekend, saying that their attention have been drawn to online activities of some masked identities who circulate foreign images of dead persons claiming that they are photos taken from Onitsha, Anambra State.
“It's clear that some mischievous elements are out to turn facts upside down with respect to happenings in the State,” he lamented.

Aniagoh also said that a state adjudged by all and sundry as the safest State in Nigeria which has enjoyed a very peaceful atmosphere since the Chief Willie Obiano took over as the governor... A feat much cherished by the young and old in the Light of the Nation was being misrepresented online.
“It's thus laughable to hear some agents of misfortune insinuating unimaginable things about the unfortunate deaths recorded in Onitsha in recent times,” he said.

Those images and stories behind them, he insisted, were not from Anambra State and are false, misleading and mischievous.

“We urge Ndi Anambra to ignore such ignoble acts and carry on with their legitimate plans to enjoy a beautiful Yuletide Season,” Aniagoh said.

+Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)  

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