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Tension Mounts in Enugu as High Court Contemplates Release of Key Suspects in Notorious Murder Case

Late Igwe Emmanuel Mba



There is a palpable tension in Enugu State as reports suggest that the State High Court Two, presided over by Justice Romanus O. Odugu, is considering the release of two primary suspects in the high-profile murder case of Igwe Emmanuel Chidiebere Mba, the traditional ruler of Oruku.

There is an uneasy calm in Enugu State as intelligence reports indicate that the State High Court Two, under Justice Romanus O. Odugu, is deliberating the release of two crucial suspects in the murder trial of Igwe Emmanuel Chidiebere Mba.

A dismissed police inspector, Daniel Dennis, and an Enugu-based land commission agent, Chief Moses Nnamani, stand accused of the gruesome murder, with their bail application scheduled for Tuesday. The fear looms that despite the gravity of the charges, the court might grant them bail.

Last year, bail granted to two other murder suspects preceded arson attacks on the homes of Ejike and Agozie Ani, who opposed the suspects. Their houses were burned on the second anniversary of Igwe Mba’sv murder, along with the late Igwe’s palace and ten other houses.


“The possible release of the murder suspects will lead to serious consequences for the people of the Oruku community,” warns human rights activist Collin Ohiaeri in a letter to various authorities.

In the Save Our Soul (SOS) letter, Collin Ohiaeri, a human rights activist, warns of serious consequences for the Oruku community if the murder suspects are released. Ohiaeri addresses the letter to Governor Peter Mba, the Chairman of the National Judicial Commission, the Enugu State Attorney General, and Justice Odugu.

Igwe Mba was murdered during the Oruku annual general meeting, drawing national outrage. The Justice Eya Commission and the Deputy Inspector General of Police’s investigative report implicated Inspector Daniel and Chief Nnamani in the killing.

Inspector Daniel, in collaboration with Chief Nnamani, was found responsible for Igwe Mba’s murder, according to the nine-page report of the Justice Eya Commission. The police team that killed the traditional ruler used a vehicle belonging to Nnamani, as confirmed by the Deputy Inspector General of Police.

The Justice Eya Commission’s findings align with the Deputy Inspector General of Police’s report, which reveals that Chief Nnamani had fabricated allegations against Igwe Mba. Nnamani, who fled to Ghana, was arrested last August after being lured back to Nigeria with the promise of a lucrative land deal in Abuja.


Senior police officers express concern over the potential release of the murder suspects, emphasizing the grave security risks they pose. The volatile situation in Oruku, marked by violence and arson, has claimed numerous lives, including the recent murder of Justice Stanley Nnaji.

“It will be perilous to release any of these grave security risks,” cautions a senior officer in the Enugu Police Command. Dr. Tony Eze, a law lecturer familiar with the case, underscores the recklessness of allowing the suspects to walk free, given the violent crime wave in the state. GMTNews

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Attempted Murder Case Against Electricity Vandal Adjourned Until Tuesday by Court




Electricity distribution network

By Chijioke Ogbodo

Abia – Uche Maduabuchi, a notorious thief of power electricity infrastructure in Aba, Abia State, who allegedly planned and led a mob to lynch four Aba Power staff members, is facing an attempted murder case. The accused, aged 40, will be detained by the Police Anti-kidnapping Unit until next week when the trial resumes. The employees of Aba Power who were allegedly targeted for homicide are Chinonso Nwabundu, Stephen Ngozi John, Samuel Nwachukwu, and Onyeka Ezeaguba.

The special magistrate court presided over by The Hon Ukaegbu, located at the Aba Area Command of the Nigeria Police Force, has put the suspect on a holden charge. The court was convened specially due to ongoing strikes by judiciary workers in Abia State. The workers have been protesting nonpayment of salaries and other related welfare issues for several months.

A policeman who prefers to remain anonymous as he is not authorized to speak to the media reveals that Maduabuchi, the accused electricity vandal, allegedly wanted to prevent the four employees from obstructing his further damage to electricity infrastructure and reporting him to their organization or higher authorities.


Suspect: Uche Maduabuchi

The officer discloses that Maduabuchi hysterically accused the workers of being electricity vandals and causing power outages in the city by stealing critical electricity distribution parts. Despite wearing their corporate field dress, name tags, and being in a company vehicle with company colors, a mob of about 100 individuals gathered and assaulted the workers, causing them to lose consciousness. The mob intended to burn the staff members alive with petrol and matches, but the situation was diffused by the prompt intervention of security personnel.

The police officer strongly urges citizens not to engage in mob actions and to avoid taking the law into their own hands. He explains that criminals often orchestrate mob violence, taking advantage of the situation to rob victims of their valuables or settle vendettas, and even to murder individuals carrying out their legitimate duties, as seen in this case.

The police officer is optimistic that if the suspect is successfully prosecuted, it will send a message that engaging in criminal conspiracy or any form of crime does not pay. Instead, it will bring criminals under the purview of the law, particularly those who vandalize essential infrastructure like power facilities that are utilized by the public. GMTNews


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Ritualist pushes 18-year old to kill mother, sleep with corpse for two nights, bring body parts for money ritual




Kingsley Akpobome

Wonders they say will never end. A suspected 18 years old Yahoo boy whose name was given as Kingsley Akpobome Emobor, has confessed that he murdered his mother and slept with her corpse for 2 nights for the purpose of money rituals.

Kinsley who is an indigene of Oghara in Delta State carried out the nefarious act at their rented apartment located in Ologbo community in Ikpoba- Okha local government area of Edo State.

Speaking to newsmen when he was paraded at the Edo State Police Command, Kingsley said he was pushed to carry out the act by a ritualist who sells drugs in the community.

According to the young man while narrating his ordeal, “I wanted to use my mother for ritual. I am 18 years old. My father died long ago. It was one man called One Love that told me to use my mother for money ritual. He promised to give me ₦50,000 if I can kill my mother and also sleep with her then take out her private part, He said I should cut my mother’s ear alongside her private part and bring it for ritual purposes.


Luck ran out of the young man when his cousin noticed the absence of his mother for almost three days and decided to go into the house and search, upon searching the for her aunty he met her lying dead in one of the rooms in their apartment.

He immediately drew the attention of their neighbours who came out to look for the son and descended on him after he confessed to killing his mother. He was almost burnt to death but for the intervention of the police who came and took him away. GMTNews

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Police Arrest Nine Suspected Bank Hackers




CP Mohammed Ali

Benin: Delta State Police Command have arrested 9 suspected bank account hackers.

The arrest was confirmed Monday by the Delta State Commissioner of Police (CP) Mohammed Ali while addressing newsmen on the development. He said the syndicate specialized in using tricycle to rub unsuspecting passengers of their valuables.

The Commissioner added, “In a bid to get rid of who uses tricycle to rob passengers of their valuables, phones, hack into their (bank) accounts and withdraw their money, I directed the command’s D-Coy squad to investigate and ensure that members of the syndicate are (were) arrested and brought to book.

“In compliance with my directive, the team embarked on an intelligence led investigation, stormed their hideout behind Point Hotel in Iyiagu Estate, in Anambra state, and arrested one Ikechukwu Ayigbe, 26, who is the gang’s bank account hacker.


“Others arrested were Tobi James, 30, who buys the stollen phones and waybill them to Lagos, and 7 other suspects, with over 60 SIM cards recovered from them.”

CP Ali, who disclosed that investigation was ongoing to bring the perpetrators to book, praised residents in the state for their support to the police in fighting crime.

He requested the public to always provide useful and information that would aide the command in combating criminality, adding that the identities of the informants would be treated with utmost confidentiality.


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