The Nigerian army while reacting, said any officer found wanting will face the law.
Soldiers shooting at homes
The Nigerian Army has broken its silence after a video of Nigerian soldiers shooting at homes of villagers surfaced online.
It is alleged the tragic incident happened in Enugu.
The Army said any officer found wanting will face the law.
The army also confirmed it raided Mgbowo in Enugu state on Monday looking for members of the Indigeneous People of Biafra (IPOB).
According to the Army, the operation at the Eastern Security Network (ESN) camp was carried out Monday night in Mgbowo under Agwu Local Government Area.
In a statement on Tuesday, Major Abubakar Abdullahi, acting Deputy Director of Army Public Relations said two IPOB ESN ring leaders were arrested.
“They are currently undergoing interrogation with a security agency”, the spokesman added.
Abdullahi said there was no incident of indiscriminate firing or unprovoked burning of houses during the raid.
He noted that the trending videos in circulation claiming to represent the aftermath were not during the Agwu operation.
“Investigation into the video is ongoing to ascertain when and where it was shot and those involved.
“Any personnel found culpable would be sanctioned accordingly. Updates will be communicated when investigation is completed”, Abdullahi added.
See the trending video below: