Some persons suspected to be members of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) looted a bread van in Enugu and set it on fire on Tuesday morning.
The incident happened at Emene, a suburb of the Enugu Capital city, on the day that the group asked residents to sit at home in solidarity with Nnamdi Kanu, its leader.
Witnesses said the van was burnt around the old Orie Emene market.
Narrating the incident, a witness said: “The driver is the owner of the popular Chimex bread in the area. They dragged the driver out, looted all the bread and set the bus ablaze.
“Soldier later arrived the scene and shot into the air to disperse the hoodlums. There were no casualties; I watched what happened from a distance…