Nwafor-Igbo, Onuoha Danhessy Akachukwu (alias Joe Dickson) in this picture was dragged to court yesterday, Thursday 27th April by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today before Justice J.K. Omotosho of the Federal High Court, sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on a 6-count charge bordering on Conspiracy and Obtaining Money by False Pretense to the tune of Five Thousand Two Hundred and Sixty American U S Dollars ($5,260).
The killing of Nwafor-Igbo, residing in Indonesia, Douglas Hope Onyebuchi, aka Kabaka, has drawn huge outcry and puiblic attention over the incessant, extra-judicial killings of Umu-Igbo and other Nigerians by security operatives in the country
An anonymous Nigerian in Indonesia has revealed Nigerians were being killed even still as suspects of crime.
Though he added that it is because of the atrocities of some Nigerians they police treat them that badly, calling on the Nigerian government to intervene.
The Xenophobic attacks on Umu-Igbo and other Nigerians resident in South Africa claims another life, this time Nwafor-Igbo from Anambra state.
Chinedu Tony Eze who was shot dead by some unknown gunmen at Belleville, Cape Town in South Africa yesterday April 25th until his death a self-employed cellular and electronics vendor, he hailed from Umuchu in Aguata LGA in Anambra State.
Abia state governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, today Tuesday supervised the demolition of Kidnappers hideout in the state.
The governor who especially, of recent time has reinforced the fight against Kidnapping and declared war against Kidnappers by promising N1 Million to anyone who would provide useful information that would lead to direct arrest of Kidnappers in the state.
The Governor alongside his team monitored as the building at Ugwunagbo Local Government Area which found to be a den and safe house for kidnappers in Abia State, was demolished.
A raid on some communities in Anambra state by Soldiers from 82 Division of the Nigerian Army and the Department of State Services (DSS) led to the discovery of piles of arms and ammunition.
The Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Col Sagir Musa made this known in a statement over the weekend, revealing that they had carried out the operation because of the recent murder of three civilians who were victims of a bloody community clash over land dispute and, in the operation, two suspects were also, arrested.
Umu-Igbo n'Aba bikonu, kanyi bienu ezi ndu.
This young man who is simply identtified as James, a cleaner, was caught after he stole $2600 from his employer.
He made away with the cash but, nemesis would soon catch up with as he was nabbed by the Police and paraded before Journalists in public.
While responding to questions from the newsmen, he confessed to the crime and gave a breakdown of how he spent the money.
Seee his breakdown below:
All day is for the thief but a day is for the owner, they say.
Operatives of the Abia State Police Command yesterday, arrested two young robbers Obinna Anyanwu and Chinedu Awa, ndi ori, who engaged in robbing women that live alone at the Federal Low Cost Housing Estate, Umuahia, one of the women was Mrs Beatrice Okpi.
They were further alleged to have burgled the homes of these women and carted away their clothings, kitchen utensils and other valuables.
It's so painful.
One of the two men who were rescued from kidnap by the Abia state Police command on Easter Monday in Aba Abia has died.
Reports say he died in a private hospital in Aba where he was receiving treatment from gun shot wounds he sustained from the incident.
Recall, reports came in that armed kidnappers in the evening of Monday, abducted two men they monitored from Azikiwe Road to a joint between Pound Road and St. Michael’s Road/Adazi where they shot sporadically to scare people while trying to escape with their victims.
We had earlier today Wednesday reported that two community leaders were shot dead by four gun men in Imo state.
Follow this link if you missed the report: http://igbobia.com/?q=another-tragedy-in-imo-state-four-gun-men-shot-dea...
Here are their pictures
Umunne bikonu...what is happening to Obodo anyi, especially Imo state these days?
The rate of robbery and murder in the area is becoming incessant and alarming.
Just yesterday night, four gunmen suspected to be hired killers shot dead two community youth leaders in Imo State.
Reports say it happened at Eke Obollo in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area yesterday Tuesday night at public house popular in that area with the name Okeosisi bar.
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB ], Mazi Namdi Kanu's lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, has raised an alarm of the possible murder of nine persons who have been missing since last year after they visited Nnamdi Kanu and other IPOB members in prison.
He made the allegation at the Federal High Court, Abuja, where Kanu, David Nwawuisi, Benjamin Madubugwu and Chidiebere Onwudiwe, are being tried alongside Mr. Kanu is facing a charge of treasonable felony, stating that State Security Service, SSS, arrested and killed the persons.
Another robbery case, all in Imo state.
Operatives of Imo state Police Command have killed Chimaobi Okorie who was one of the suspected killers of a police Inspector, Vincent Umeh and a 30-year-old staff of Ecobank in okigwe, Enyioma Okwudiri in Okigwe Local Government area in the state.
Chimaobi's robbery gang had allegedly killed the Inspector along Enugu-Port Harcourt expressway and stole his vehicle he was travelling in on March 1, 2017.
These are the two suspects in the robbery that caused the death of a bank customer in Imo State; they were nabbed by police officers from the State.
Both suspects, Justice Ogbenna, aka JJ, and Okechukwu Onwuamaegbu, reported monitored the bank customer to the Zenith bank branch on Wetheral Road, Owerri, where he was killed.
Reports say that catching his money the young man proceeded to deposit at the bank when the robbers shot him dead, injured three policemen attached to the bank abd shot sparodically to clear their way out of the bank premises.
Residents of Umuchagu Osokwa, Osisisoma Ngwa Local Government Area of Abia State catches a notorious young man, Christopher Nwajei, who beheaded his mother in the area on March 29,
Christopher, an apprentice welder, reportedly beheaded his mother, Cecilia, while she was preparing dinner at about 7.30p.m., on returning from the farm, collected some of her mother’s blood and fled the community.
An anonymous eye witness from the community narrated that Christopher was arrested in a bush in the village by a search group before he was handed over to police.