Breaking News: Police Burst Avhallla Camps, Recover Exotic Cars


Anambra State Joint Security Force has bursted an insurgents’ Camp in Achalla, Headquarters of Awka North LGA of Anambra State.

The operation ordered by the Commissioner of Police, CP Aderemi Adeoye took the insurgents by surprise as they fled with gunshot wounds leaving trails of blood.

The hoodlums had disrupted trading at Achalla Market the previous Monday ordering traderd to sit at home. This drew attention of the Security Apparatus in the State which made the State Police Command to decide on giving them a taste of their own medicine in the early hours of Monday 19th February, 2024.

The operation which was hugely successful led to the recovery of five exotix vehicles previously snatched at gun point.
Also recovered were over 300 rounds of Machine Gun Ammunition and 34 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition for Ak-47 Rifle.


All operatives from various services have returned safely to their base.

The Commissioner of Police has directed that owners of the recovered vehicles be contacted to come forward with proof of ownership and collect their vehicles.

Manhunt for the fleeing insurgents will be extended to hospitals and clinics with a view to ensuring they are brought to justice after receiving adequate treatment.

DSP Tochukwu Ikenga
Police Public Relations Officer,
Anambra State Police Command,

20th February, 2024

3 thoughts on “Breaking News: Police Burst Avhallla Camps, Recover Exotic Cars

  1. Kudos to the police officers for doing a nice job, insecurity in Nigeria is turning into something else

  2. “This is a well-written story that provides a clear and concise account of the events. The journalist has done a great job of collecting and organizing the information, and the story flows smoothly from beginning to end. I especially liked the detailed description of the operation and the inclusion of quotes from the police spokesperson. Overall, this is an excellent piece of journalism!”

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