DSS vs IPOB: Coalition warns in opposition to halting findings, insists on thorough probe on Enugu Killings

DSS vs IPOB: Coalition warns in opposition to halting findings, insists on thorough probe on Enugu Killings

by Skynaijamusic

The Coalition of Igbo Teams has reacted to the continued investigation of the mass killings of contributors of the Indigenous Other people of Biafra, IPOB, through suspected operatives of the blended group of Division of Safety Services and products, DSS, Nigeria Military and Police.

DAILY POST recollects that some contributors of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) had been feared killed in Enugu State through safety operatives on Sunday.

DSS had stormed Group Secondary Faculty, Emene the place contributors of IPOB had been assembly.

Alternatively, try to arrest the IPOB contributors was once resisted, resulting in a face-off.

A number of gunshots had been reportedly fired, resulting in heavy casualties.

Whilst condemning the unpleasant situation, an Igbo socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Adolescence Council, OYC, constituted panel of Inquiry to independently verify the instances surrounding the demise of 21 individuals suspected to be Igbo youths.

Ohanaeze named its Secretary-Basic, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike, as chairman of the panel of Inquiry.

This was once disclosed in a press unlock signed through OYC President, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro and made to be had to newsmen ultimate week.

However, the Coalition of the Igbo teams comprising International Igbo Adolescence Congress, (WIYC), South East Girls Pros,(SWP) and Igbo Scholars Union, (ISU), in a press commentary issued on Saturday, through their spokesman, Alex Okemiri, warned contributors of the panel of Inquiry in opposition to taking flight from the continued unbiased probe through some extremely organised syndicate of Igbo leaders and Teams whom they claimed, were indicted in initial reviews because the proximate explanation for the killings.

The coalition claimed that it has exposed that the panelists had been underneath heavy force from extremely revered Igbo leaders to kill the yet-to-be published findings of the panel arrange through related govt government and a few ethnic socio-cultural teams within the nation.

It additionally instructed contributors of the panel of Inquiry to forget about the evil machination of disgruntled leaders from Igbo extraction to halt their end result, because the Igbo coalition would now not depart any stone unturned to resolve the reason for the fracas between the slain Igbo youths and the protection brokers.

In line with the commentary which in part disclosed, “The Coalition after briefing Igbo Elders Council on Friday, 28th August 2020 at the details and main points of the imaginable proximate reasons and building up occasions that ended in the Enugu bloodbath at the Sunday, 23rd August, 2020, there have been pressures from other teams and Igbo politicians to disband the Panel contributors, one of the vital ploys to divert public consideration from the incident the new resignation of a member of Southeast Safety Committee, was once a well-drafted script of the syndicates to hide their tracks.

“We enchantment to well-meaning and patriotic Igbo little kids to enroll in in pressurizing the panel contributors to desist from attending any assembly scheduled to carry on Monday 31th August 2020 in Imo State, in all probability the place they’ll kill the initial reviews and disband the panel of Inquiry.

The committee will no doubt make the reviews to the general public right away they conclude the document through the second one week of September 2020 and no quantity of threats or intimidation or force can kill the legit document.

“We’re in a salvage venture, and the ones indicted should be uncovered. No pressure on earth will prevent the sector from figuring out the reality of what ended in the accumulation of the pre actions of the ones indicted, portraying themselves as saints earlier than the general public.”

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