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Thursday, 25 August 2016

FULANI HERDSMEN KIDNAPS A FEMALE SCHOOL TEACHER IN ENUGU STATE

FULANI HERDSMEN KIDNAPS A FEMALE SCHOOL TEACHER IN ENUGU STATE

By Victor Samuel

For Family Writers

The Fulani herdsmen are at it again, after slaughtering our people at Nimo community, they've upgraded into robbing, kidnapping and terrorising them.

A female school teacher went through a devastating experience after coming across Fulani herdsmen in Nimo. The school teacher identified as Mrs Enechi Chinyere was ambushed by the herdsmen along with others who also fell victim to their brutality. She was abducted along the lonely Nsukka/Adani highway in Uzo-Uwani local government area Enugu state, while returning from the annual August meeting of the Christian Women Organisation (CWO) of the catholic faithfuls.

Mrs. Enechi Chinyere, a secondary school teacher was returning from her hometown in Nimbo where Fulani herdsmen killed over 200 people. Two Fulani Herdsmen with Ak47 forced Mr. Chinyere, her husband and one other occupant of the Toyota Camry car. The Herdsmen held them at gun point and demanded to be given the money she collected from the CWO annual meeting of Nimbo community. Her husband, Mr. Enechi Osmond, who gave an eye witness account of the incident, stated that his wife had gone for the August meeting while himself went for a different meeting in the community and both meet up after the meetings were concluded and also returning in company of one other colleague of his wife.
Mr. Enechi narrated that “on reaching Nkpologwu/Obimo axis of the road, one man came unmasked, moved straight to my wife on steering, pulled a gun and demanded for the money she collected from the CWO meeting.

“We were both confused while another one came out with a gun and shouted at us to bring the money or face instant death. They collected our handsets and the purse of my wife containing N30,000 and her colleague that had N20,000 cash on her. They dragged my wife along with them into the bush where she was held captive for three days demanding for ransome to be paid before she could be released. I stood at the spot with my wife’s colleague helpless and confussed till some passers-by came to our rescue, raised alarm and immediately contacted the traditional rulers of Nimbo, Nkpologwu and Akpugo Ezedike communities together with the transition committee chairman of Uzo-Uwani LGA, Col. Onwubuya, who mobilised various community neighborhood watch that gave the kidnappers no breeding space, entered the forest in their numbers the same hour and passed the night in the bush in search of my wife. “The kidnappers did not mask up, their faces were of the Fulani, they speak Hausa language more than the pigeon English but I cannot say who they are,” he narrated.

Both the Area commander, Nsukka police command, DPO Adani police division, dispatched men to various places within and around the community, while the parish priest of St. Mary’s parish Nimbo and the parish priest of St. Joseph Catholic church Nsukka, swung into action, split into groups and pairs took up mega phones announcing the kidnap of the teacher. The council chairman Col Onwubuya pushed the fortified local vigilante group in company of armed police men to make sure the woman was released without any ransome being paid. The kidnappers, however, released the woman in the early hours of Tuesday when pressure was too much in search of the teacher. This is what our people are passing through in our own land. We have been subjected to constant terrorism and we have automatically become endengered species in our own land just because of the Hausa-Fulani Herdsmen. They kill us, kidnapp us and rape our wives and sisters and get covered by they sponsors which is the federal Government of Nigeria led by the very chief terrorist Pedophile Muhammadu Buhari the dullard of Daura. "One Nigeria" is a crime against humanity and must be destroyed which we (IPOB) are desperate to break the chains of bondage and continue to call for freedom. One thing is certain after all this, 'Biafra' must come.

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