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Police Debunk report of Imo House of Assembly being set on fire

The Imo state police command has debunked the report of the statehouse of the assembly being set on fire.

A video of an alleged fire at the state House of Assembly had gone viral on Sunday night, April 26.

Reacting to the video, Imo police spokesperson Orlando Ikeokwu said the building on fire was not the State House of Assembly nor any building in the area.

Ikeokwu also confirmed that motorists were robbed in the Orji area of Owerri, in an attack that left four persons with bullet injuries. Victims of the attack have been taken to the Federal Medical Center, Owerri for treatment.

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