We Will Shut Down South East – Igbo Youths Threaten APC, PDP + Foreigner Who Killed Wife, Daughter In Lagos Sentenced To Death

2023: We will lock down in Southeast if APC, PDP deny Ndigbo tickets – Ohaneze youths
Ohanaeze Youth Council, (OYC) on Friday cautioned the All Progressive Congress, APC and People’s Democratic Party, PDP against denying the Southeast geopolitical zone presidential tickets, warning that there will be a total lockdown in Igbo land on 25th February 2023 which is the day of the Presidential and National Assembly elections if the zone is denied a ticket.

It made this known in a communique sent to newsmen and signed by its National President, Igboayaka O Igboayaka and Comrade Ifeanyi Nweke National Ag. Secretary-General.
The group said, ”there will be no access road to distribute electoral materials in any polling unit in Igbo land. If the powers that be in Nigeria can’t give the Southeast presidency that which is duly our turn to rule the country like other extractions of the country have been given fair chances, then Igbos will peacefully have no other option than to leave this union called Nigeria.

“We want to use this medium to advise Ndigbo living in the Northern parts of Nigeria to immediately start taking their security very serious if APC and PDP deny Southeast presidential aspirants and make adequate arrangements for their return back home.
“The world should bear in mind that this orchestrated conspiracy against Southeast is overdue, we cannot take it any longer as the struggle for the emancipation of our people starts now.
Source: Dailypost

Police Parade Alleged Killers Of Sound Engineer In Lekki
LAGOS – The Lagos State Police Command on Friday paraded the alleged killers of a sound engineer, David Sunday who was murdered by commercial motorcyclists (Okada riders) on Thursday, May 12, 2022, in Lekki, Lagos State.

The suspects were paraded at the Command’s headquarters in Ikeja, Lagos among other suspects that were arrested across the state.
While parading the suspects. the State’s Commissioner of Police, CP Abiodun Alabi said a total number of six suspects have been arrested in connection to the murder of David Imoh who was killed and burnt by motorcyclists.
The arrested suspects include; Dahiru Ayuba ‘m’, Susan Moses ‘f’, Christopher Dauda ‘m’, Joseph Tella ‘m’, Chigozie Anthony ‘m’, and Sunday Azi ‘m’.

The Police boss further stated that the incident which occurred on 12th May 2022 at about 0630hrs at Studio 24, Lekki, Lagos involved an okada rider by the name Dahiru who had a quarrel with his passengers Frank Olatunji and Philip Balogun over the bike fare. “In the heat of the argument, Frank Olatunji and Philip Balogun invited the deceased David Sunday to mediate only for Dahiru and his cohorts to violently attack him, kill him and set him ablaze.
“Investigations are ongoing, suspects will be charged to court at its conclusion.”
CP Alabi also emphasized that the Command will not tolerate any act of jungle justice in Lagos. “There is no jungle justice in our law and anybody found culpable will be dealt with according to the law.
Source: Independent

Danish man to die by hanging for killing Nigerian wife, daughter
A Lagos high court sitting at the Tafawa Balewa Square has convicted Peter Nielsen, a Danish national, for killing his wife and daughter.

The state government had, on June 13, 2018, arraigned Nielsen before the court on a two-count charge of murder — the offence is contrary to section 223 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos, 2015.

He was said to have killed his wife, Zainab, also known by her stage name as Alizee, and his three-year-old daughter on April 5, 2018, at about 3.45 am at their Banana Island residence in the Ikoyi area of Lagos.

Giving the ruling on Friday, Bolanle Okikiolu-Ighile, the presiding judge sentenced Nielsen to death by hanging on both counts.
Source: The Cable