Terrorists believed to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have attacked a school in Imo state.
This was in a bid to enforce a sit-at-home order which the proscribed body had called off weeks ago, yet still enforced in bits and pieces in the south east.
In Owerri, the state capital, reasonable business activities resumed on Monday defying the order as earlier reported by Politicos.
But the school in Nkume, Njaba LGA was not so lucky as the armed men shooting sporadically drove away students and invigilators who had gathered to take an English language paper for the ongoing WAEC exam.
Motorcycles belonging to teachers were gathered and set ablaze.