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BREAKING: 5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead In Army Custody, 134 Still Missing, See Names, State, Age, Photos

BREAKING: 5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead In Army Custody, 134 Still Missing, See Names, State, Age, Photos

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A reports reaching us that five among the over a hundred residents of Obigbo (Oyigbo) in Rivers State secretly arrested at the Nigerian Army’s Alpha Military Commando Base in Suleja, Niger State, have lost their lives.

5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

This was made known by the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety).

A statement signed by the group’s Principal Officers; Emeka Umeagbalasi, Obianuju Igboeli, and Esq., Chidimma Udegbunam, Esq. gave the names of the victims as Thomas Ekwueme, Pius Onochie, Obinna Akapuru, Monday Ifeanyi and Tobechukwu Odoka.

Intersociety regretted that out of about 550 abducted Obigbo residents, “not less than 134 are still not independently located and are still languishing in secret military custodies, only known to the Nigerian Army.”

The rights group, however, announced the release of a fresh batch of 107 detainees. (See list below)

5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

It said that “their release followed a court bail granted to them a week or two ago and perfection of their bail conditions. The 107 mostly Igbo Christian citizens of Obigbo residency have also successfully rejoined their families and other loved ones over nine months after they were waylaid by soldiers of the Nigerian Army on their way back from work or going to work and other legitimate social activities and abducted and disappeared.”

Intersociety recalled that soldiers “had on 21st Oct 2020 invaded the Obigbo part of Rivers State following the State-wide broadcast by Governor Nyesom Wike who hastily and maliciously accused the Indigenous People of Biafra of masterminding the EndSARS protests in the State that led to death of dozens of civilians and security personnel and destruction of some public properties. The Governor had played into the hands of the lopsidedly composed Nigerian Army which cashed in on his broadcast to lay the area under siege and go on killing spree leading to the death of not less than 102 civilians in two months, during which no fewer than 550 were abducted and private properties worth hundreds of millions of naira burnt or destroyed.”

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5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

The statement further said: “With the release of 107 Obigbo abductees in addition to release on 29/30th June 2021 of 26 others held by DSS and previous release of a total 283 other abductees; a total of 416 of the 550 abductees have been freed through various Court bails. In other words, not less than 134 are still not independently located and are still languishing in secret military custodies, only known to the Nigerian Army. It must be remembered that till date, the authorities of the Nigerian Army have kept mute over the abductions and disappearances; refusing to speak on why they were abducted and held in captivity for almost ten months without trial. Intersociety had in its statement of 6th July 2021 released names of the 112 abductees including the four (now five in number) that died.

5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

Detained Judaist Reported Dead
5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

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“Sadly, among those 112 abductees, secretly held at the Nigerian Army’s Alpha Military Commando Base in Suleja, Niger State, five have lost their lives; namely: Thomas Ekwueme, Pius Onochie, Obinna Akapuru, Monday Ifeanyi and Tobechukwu Odoka.”

Below are the names and states of origin of those recently released in Suleja-Abuja.

5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

NAMES AGES STATE

Benjamin Eze 27 ANAMBRA

Paul Uwazieike 22 ABIA

Humphrey vickie 38 EBONYI

Peter Umeze 20 IMO

OdemgboIsreal 26 ANAMBRA

Prince Achi 30 ABIA

Wie Gift 25 EBONYI

KamsoIgnatus 27 ANAMBRA

Chibuike Ochi 29 ANAMBRA

Bobo Ochi 32 IMO

Mensah Boniface 44 ENUGU

Elechi Sylvester 29 ENUGU

AmadiChinasa 30 IMO

Okeke Zachariah 41 IMO

Mebechi Justice 35 ABIA

AnwulukaDieide 22 EBONYI

Alphonsus white 47 EBONYI

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Saturday Amonwa 24 EBONYI

Daniel Onwubiko 31 IMO

SupuruOnochie 22 IMO

Clifford Francis 25 ABIA

EmekaUgbochi 26 ABIA

EchefunaUchenna 24 ABIA

Anthony Okpara 31 IMO

Godswill Ike 30 IMO

IkennaAbuoma 29 ENUGU

Paul Nwille 28 ABIA

Okochi Emmanuel 27 ANAMBRA

Richard Okoli 28 ANAMBRA

Imma Sunny 27 ANAMBRA

Johnson Akabuku 26 IMO

MichealAzubuike 24 EBONYI

Oku Confidence 22 EBONYI

Mark Uche 22 EBONYI

Mr Dominic Asiema 20 ABIA

Freedom Acalpu 21 ABIA

Nsikak Friday 20 EBONYI

ChinonsoAmaechi 25 EBONYI

Bright Sunday 26 ABIA

OkparaDinma 48 ABIA

John Igweba 21 ABIA

HumpheryChukwunonoso 21 EBONYI

Boniface Uwuoma 45 IMO

OsaretinChinda 23 ABIA

Ekene Denison 25 EBONYI

Emma Maduabuchi 40 ENUGU

Chiedu Kelvin 29 EBONYI

Osita Austin 28 ABIA

Legit Kerere 27 IMO

Eric Alphonsus 28 ABIA

Iyke 37 ENUGU

Godwin Ume 30 IMO

ChineyezeEkpere 35 ENUGU

Innocent Odum 37 IMO

Pastor Uchenna 35 IMO

Boniface Ume 30 IMO

Gilbert 29 EBONYI

Okafor Kingsley 28 ANAMBRA

ChieyuranIbe 26 ABIA

Emeka David 25 ABIA

Sodienye Moses 24 ABIA

OnyinyeNwokeke 23 IMO

Monday Ogah 28 IMO

IfeomaIgwe 26 ABIA

ChikeJideofor 38 IMO

ChukwudiAnyazue 35 IMO

Chimezie 32 ENUGU

Ayigbo 31 EVONYI

Chijioke 29 EBONYI

Ekene 26 IMO

Nwude 25 ENUGU

Vincent 28 IMO

Ugochukusu 26 ANAMBRA

AdrewIheme 24 IMO

Thomas Ibekwe 22 ENUGU

Precious Anozie 25 ABIA

Cletus Justice 23 ABIA

Augustine 34 ABIA

OsitaChikwado 27 ABIA

Adam Kennedy 29 ENUGU

EgesiGoffrey 38 IMO

ChidiOkeke 29 IMO

Egbo Godwin 38 IMO

TobechukwuUdoka 29 EBONYI

Chineyenze Bishop 34 IMO

AkaudoObinna 21 ENUGU

KanyineneUche 20 IMO

AzubuikeCalistus 32 ANAMBRA

Victor Ugoechi 31 ANAMBRA

OkwuNonyerem 31 IMO

KamsoAnayo 39 IMO

SopuruDikachi 35 ENUGU

ChibuikeUzo 32 ENUGU

Osuagwu Emmanuel 31 IMO

Ojiako Bright 33 IMO

Harrison Jude 34 IMO

Winner Onukube 32 IMO

Chika Dede 30 IMO

Papa Emma 28 IMO

Success Mba 26 IMO

Clifford Obunneme 27 IMO

ChieunraChukwuma 38 ENUGU

Ekweme Thomas 36(Dead) IMO

Pius Onochie 32(Dead) ENUGU

ObinnaAkapuru 28(Dead) IMO

Monday Ifeanyi 27(Dead) IMO

5 Detained Judaist Reported Dead

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