INNER GALAXY DEATH TOLL: VEN JOSHUA ONYEIKE COMMISERATES WITH THE DECEASED FAMILIES AND OBUZOR WARD GENERALLY, SUES FOR PEACE.

INNER GALAXY DEATH TOLL: VEN JOSHUA ONYEIKE COMMISERATES WITH THE DECEASED FAMILIES AND OBUZOR WARD GENERALLY, SUES FOR PEACE.

The General Manager of ASOPADEC Ven Dr Joshua Onyeike has expressed shock and dismay over the news of the killing of Ms Ocheze Ogbonna, a native of Umuahala Village, Obuzor Asa, who was allegedly pushed down from a Crane by a Chinese expatriate at Inner Galaxy Steel Company on Tuesday, the 21st May, 2024.

The ASOPADEC General Manager while condemning in totality the despicable act of the Chinese expatriate who allegedly pushed down the innocent girl for not giving in to his idiotic sex advances as rumoured, like those impious pigs, according to “The Tyrant: A Tragedy in Two Acts”, who by frequent squeaks, have dared impugn the Settled Swellfoot system, stated that if the ungodly activities of the Chinese expatriates are not nipped in the bud, there would be, God forbids, a plurality of such heinous crime in recurrence.

He extended his warmest condolences to the deceased family and Umuahala village and prayed to God to give them the fortitude to bear such irreparable loss. Similarly, he also commiserated with the family of late master Chimaobi Dikeji of Umuwaga Village, Umuelechi Obuzor, who was allegedly stabbed to death by his colleague in the same Chinese firm over undisclosed circumstances and enjoined the bereaved family to take solace in the biblical injunction that says he who kills by the sword, shall one day die by the sword.

In a visit to the victim of the gunshot Mr Light Chimeko who is lying critically ill at FMC Umuahia, the General Manager wondered why a soldier who was assigned to protect lives and properties will shoot at, with the intent to kill, youths carrying out a peaceful protest against the killing of their sister. He said, in his little capacity, he will strive in all his policy decisions to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book for justice to prevail.

He commended all those who played vital roles in ensuring that the young man’s life was saved and others who were proactive in maintaining peace and order in the Umuahala community and Ukwa West LGA at large. He sued for total relative peace and enjoined the youths to remain calm and allow the law to take its course.

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