Exposed: The Nigeria Military And Its Show Of Cowardice At Mbano

■  Author : Onyechere Ugochinyere
Twitter: @umuchiukwu
16 May 2021 

Awurum Eze

The extent to which the supposed trained military apparatus of Nigeria displays their height of cowardice towards innocent civilians is highly irritating. Professional security personnel outside the borders of Nigeria would be ashamed if they have an idea of what their fellow security personnel gets themselves into in Nigeria. The security sector of Nigeria is no doubt collapsing as agitations from various ethnicity eats deeper into the pillars of oneness and unity guarding the country.

He that fights and runs away they say lives to fight another, it should not be mistaken as cowardice.
The real definition of cowardice is a situation whereby the Nigerian military who runs away from well-armed Fulani terrorists in the North, come to Biafraland, invest their strength, resources, tactics, military formations, and other essential strategies only to combat an unarmed group of people who are asking for freedom.

The recent kidnapping and killings of people in the Eastern region are alarming. A case study is the abduction of Mr. Eze Awurum, an indigen of Umuneke, Ugirinna, in Isiala Mbano of Imo State. Aurum was arrested on the 12th day of May after many atrocities were committed by the Nigerian military men who were searching for him for reason yet to be defined.

A thorough investigation carried out by Umuchiukwu Writers, confirmed that a team of combined armed Nigerian security had invaded the Umuneke community in Isiala Mbano in Imo State on the 4th of May, in search of Mazi Eze Awurum, when they could not arrest him that day they ended up burning down the house of his brother.

This wicked act did not end there, they also proceeded to another community called Obollo community in Isiala Mbano where they destroyed two windows of one Mr. Damian Chukwu's house.

Also, the security men vandalized the doors and windows of a widow known as Mrs.Theresa Ezeji and hungrily carted away her hip of bananas from where she makes her living, while another house belonging to Mr.&Mrs. Maria Ezeji was vandalized, they claimed they are Awurum Eze's relations.

According to eyewitnesses, the security men had sneaked into the house of Mazi Awurum through the window and stole his properties. They took away his two mobile phones and thousands of naira belonging to Awurum. The hungry-looking soldiers also vandalized a mango tree situated in the compound before leaving the scene.

They later arrested Mazi Eze Awurum in Aba, the commercial city of Abia state, where he had gone to seek refuge. The unarmed innocent activist was picked up by the murderous cowards of the Nigerian security men on 12th May. He was humiliated and paraded as a common criminal and wrongly accused of being the second in command to the late ESN commander Ikonso who was murdered by the same security personnel in his hometown.

It is of great importance for the world to know the truthful part of the story. Mazi Eze Awurum until his unlawful arrest, had never been a member of the Eastern Security Network, let alone a second in command to late Ikonso.

The misleading false reports coming from the Nigerian electronic media and newspaper houses must be disregarded.
Mazi Awurum is 66 years old not 48 years as was falsely reported earlier.

The compromised Nigerian media had reduced the age range of Awurum only to justify their claims, having known that they will sound foolish if they reveal the real age of Awurum, since a 66 years old man cannot work as an ESN personnel.

We all know that the Nigerian security sector works hand in hand with the Nigerian ministry of information, they are always in for deceiving their gullible citizens. We are IPOB, we deal on facts and figures. Hence, the release of Mazi Eze Awurum must be taken seriously. He has committed no crime and should be granted an unconditional release accompanied by an apology and compensation from his oppressors.

Edited By Aguocha Chinwendum
Published By Nwaiwu Chiukwuebuka
For Umuchiukwu Writers .

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