In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 14th, August, 2020

How Ned Nwoko Humiliated Delta Monarch, Requested Police To Dig Up His Palace

How Ned Nwoko Humiliated Delta Monarch, Asked Police To Dig Up His Palace

Ned Nwoko

Ned Nwoko

The final might not have been heard concerning the drama at Idumuje-Ugboko in Aniocha North Native Authorities Space of Delta State the place a former senator, Ned Nwoko, has been allegedly oppressing residents.

Final month, he ordered the arrest of Chukwunonso Nwoko, monarch of the city, and subsequently requested the police to ransack his palace.

SaharaReporters gathered that the monarch and a few residents of Idumuje-Ugbako had opposed Nwoko’s try and forcefully purchase further 90 hectares of land from an space earmarked for all indigenes of the group.

Closely armed law enforcement officials accompanied by one among Nwoko’s vigilante guards, Okachi Nwa Ejimofor Nwoko, had been on the palace to dig up lifeless our bodies buried as falsely claimed by the previous senator.

The group, led by the officer-in-charge of murder in Delta State Police Command, ransacked all rooms within the palace, looking for weapons as alleged by Nwoko however they did not discover something.

It was gathered that Okachi had acquired N5million (5 million naira) from Nwoko with directions to guide the police to the precise spot the place lifeless our bodies had been buried within the palace.

The custom of Aniocha forbids that the palace and its setting ought to be used for burying individuals.

This was after the monarch had been kidnapped by the police and detained at Asaba police cell.

The king, who was charged with homicide as orchestrated by Nwoko, was later launched on the orders of the Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa.

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A supply aware of the police operations mentioned it was Nwoko who knowledgeable the police command in Asaba that the palace was closely loaded with subtle weapons of warfare.

“He knowledgeable the police to take additional precautions close to the operation. Then the police arrive on the palace, closely armed, to dig up our bodies of the lifeless (which Ned Nwoko claimed was buried on the palace). The police additionally ransacked each room within the palace, looking for weapons of mass destruction. The search yielded no end result.

“The group of policemen was led by the officer-in-charge of murder in Delta State Police Command. A particular unit from Abuja was additionally despatched as assist for this palace disturbance and intimidation. It included a pathologist and portions of physique baggage to protect its proof.

“After hours of digging, the police acquired annoyed. They mentioned, ‘No person for right here. All we dey see na pipes to the soakaway. (If there may be anyone buried right here, we’d see it earlier than the pipe’).

“When the police additional interrogated Okachi, who was handcuffed all through the digging, he informed them he was assured.

“The police left the palace annoyed, with out discovering anyone or our bodies buried on the palace as alleged by Ned Nwoko and his ‘boys’. It signed a consent agreeing that it didn’t discover anyone buried within the palace as alleged by Okachi and as reported by Ned Nwoko,” the supply mentioned.


Supply: SaharaReporters

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