Soldiers kill 2 youths at Imo APC rally

The ruling All Progressives Congress and main opposition Peoples Democratic Party in Imo State have engaged in accusations and denials as soldiers shoot dead two young men in Oguta Local Area of the state.

A clash between soldiers and some youths that Imo State Commissioner of Police described as cult members has allegedly left two civilians dead at Ejemekwuru in Oguta Local Area of Imo State.

The incident happened on Saturday.

The incident, our correspondent gathered, occurred at a campaign ground rally which had the presence of state governor, Rochas Okorocha, who is the senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress for Imo West in the February 16 polls.

The governor had gone to the LGA to canvass for votes for himself and president Muhammadu Buhari when the incident occurred.

Our correspondent gathered that two youths, simply identified as Tochi and Ndukwe, died during an alleged confrontations with some soldiers.

The State Commissioner of Police, Dasuki Galadanchi, in a telephone conversation, told our correspondent that only one youth was reported to have been shot by the soldiers who were on a patrol in the area.

The CP said that his Command had intervened, restoring normalcy in the area, while four suspects have been arrested.

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