■ Author: Ugochinyere Onyechere
■ Twitter: @Umuchiukwu_writ
■ January 11, 2017Umuchiukwu writers have confirmed the abduction of nine (9) IPOB family members, by the Department of State Security (DSS), and kept incommunicado without any trace to know if they are alive. These people have not committed any crime. They have been held for longer days, without communicating with any of their family members, and this has forced us to believe and to understand that they might have been killed.
We challenge the Nigerian murderous DSS, to prove that they have not killed them, by providing us with these nine recognised Biafrans who have been kidnapped by them. According to our investigations, most of them were abducted on their way home, after visiting the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra mazi Nnamdi Kanu who is currently undergoing prosecution in the criminal system of the contraption called Nigeria, under the guise of the paedophile dictator Muhammadu Buhari.
We also gathered that the names of these kidnapped Biafrans are; Mazi Ekene Okafor, mazi Asochiukwu Boniface, Mazi Justice Ude O, mazi Ugwuoha Ikechiukwu, mazi Sunday Okafor, mazi Bright Chimezie, mazi Moses Agbo, mazi Ndubuisi Arum and mazi Chidiebere Onwudiwe who have been transferred to the Kuje prison recently. They committed no crime, and if they did, we are not against them being tried in the court if law. Why haven't they been charged to any court?
Of course, they knew that they are all innocent. We mandate these murderous securities to produce those whose names were mentioned above. If they have killed them like they have been doing, they should give us their corpse. We know that these unnecessary securities sent down to our land, are up to no good, not after recalling how they killed us in the past. They have bitten more than they can chew. They should release our people, or better still tell us if they have been killed. We call on men of conscience to examine the hierarchy of injustice in the contraption called Nigeria.
Editor Udeagha Obasi
Reporting For Umuchiukwu Writers.