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AOU, Nigerians in diaspora reject transfer of Boko Haram convicts to Ekwulobia



 
Members of the Aguata-Orumba indigenes in diaspora under the aegis of Aguata-Orumba in the United States of America (AOU) have condemned the recent relocation of 47 Boko Haram convicts to a sleeping town of Ekwulobia in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, ITRealms reports.

Reacting to the ugly development, a member of AOU resident in California, Mr.  Ikedinobi Onunkwo called on the leaders of AOU to stand tall at this time and vehemently reject the transfer of terrorist scumbags to Ekwulobia.

Onunkwo wondered “where are the availability of security infrastructures in our small state and small towns to host these dangerous dregs of society? Is this a brazen exercise of federal executive fiat or couldn't this have been seriously negotiated with our state's leadership before any attempt to effect this potentially insidious transfer?”

Suspected terrorists, he said, belong in the holding cells of maximum security prisons such as the Kirikiri prisons in Lagos, “not a rickety and inefficiently maintained minimum prison in the small and vulnerable town of Ekwulobia!”

According to him, whether or not this is a cynical political payback for Anambra people, “we must stand tall and reject, denounce, and condemn it without equivocation.”

He decried that whomever conceived this seemingly mischievous move to continually subject Anambra people to a perennial nervous security edge.

“They would readily sidetrack our region when it comes to citing meaningful infrastructures for economic and civic development, and will now quickly remember our geographic space in the deployment of society's ‘toxic nuisance’ and ‘human wastes’, Onunkwo lamented.

He, therefore beckon on leadership of AOU-USA to swing into action by collaboratively harnessing the political capital and goodwill of folks like  Chief Andy Uba, Ide of Oko, Dr. Raymond Obieri,  Chief Anigbogu and others in the community.

Onunkwo insisted that AOU-USA should use all stripes to vehemently reject this transfer of terrorist scumbags to Ekwulobia.

+Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)
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