• Author: Ugochinyere Onyechere
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• 17th February 2017
Mrs. Gladys Uwakwe; the wife of Mazi Ikechi Justus Uwakwe who was laid to rest on the 16th day of February 2017 at his hometown in Ikenga of Mbaise in Imo State Biafra Land; have sent a revoking warning to the murderous Nigerian security operatives and the Nigerian government entirely.
Her message was clear and confidential to be delivered in accordance, as Umuchiukwu writer’s correspondents who interviewed her gave her every assurance to send her message across to the appropriate quarters.
In an interview granted by Umuchiukwu Writer’s correspondents; Ugochinyere Onyechere and Nwaiwu Chiukwuebuka to the wife of the deceased, she made it open that the death of her husband is a very big loss to her and her entire family, as she is now left with an only son named Kaosiriochiukwu Ikechi.
She tearfully laid an irreversible curse upon the Nigerian security operatives who have succeeded to send her husband to an early grave. She also, sent a strong and earth quaking message to the Nigerian government; warning them free Biafrans, because her husband and so many others have died for this course.
“my husband left the house on that fateful day, promising me that the rally, which they are having is in solidarity with Donald J Trump; that it won’t be violent. Unfortunately, I received an unbelievable message later the same day that my husband is a victim because the Nigerian security operatives attacked their peaceful rally. We also learned that they are always funded by taking the corpse of victims to unknown destinations. She went further to stage curses upon the Nigerian securities; that they will also end up the same way her husband ended.”
Mrs. Gladys Ikechi also thanked the Indigenous people Of Biafra (IPOB), worldwide who have taken it upon themselves to give her husband a superb burial. She went ahead to ask them for more support, stating that her little child needs his fatherly care, and IPOB is now his own family.
The burial of our late brother Mazi Ikechi Justus Uwakwe was superb indeed, as IPOB from all ends of the earth grace the venue, in a bid to our fallen hero. Note, that mazi Ikechi Justus was shot dead on the 20th day of January 2017, at Donald J Trump’s solidarity rally, hosted at Igweocha (port-Harcourt) by the Indigenous people Of Biafra (IPOB).
The world should not forget these days, when children, wives, and husbands were made orphans, widows, and widowers by the Nigerian government, for merely having peaceful rallies nor protests; for these days shall be our witness when definitely we retaliate.
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