Nov 28, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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BREAKING: Panic, Terror as Gunmen Kidnap Prominent Igbo Chief in Southwest

  • The whereabouts of Chief Donatus Okereke, an Igbo chief in the southwestern state of Ondo, is unknown
  • Okereke has been kidnapped by a gang who is supposed to be kidnapped Stole some of his cash on Monday November 22nd
  • Reports indicate that the Igbo chief is Eze Ndigbo from Ifon in Ose parish, Ondo state

Ifon, Ose LGA, Ondo – Chef Donatus Okereke, who was Eze Ndigbo from Ifon in the local government of Ose in Ondo kidnapped by armed men on Monday November 22nd.

The nation reports that Chief Okereke’s kidnapping took place in the same location as the late Oluifon of Ifon, Oba Isreal Adeusi, was recently murdered by unknown criminals.

According to a leader of the Ifon community, Olaniyi Eni Olotu, empty cartridges were found in the N found near the victim’s vehicle.

There is also a suspicion that the chief’s kidnappers said that the kidnappers stole some of his money in the attack.

The northern state is full of fear when gunmen kidnap the Igbo businessman, Ohanaeze reacts

In the meantime, the Maikukele community in Bosso municipality in Minna, Niger, was ambushed by a band of armed men on Saturday, November 20th, who kidnapped an Igbo businessman.

The attackers entered the community through some nearby forests and tried to suppress any form of resistance with gunfire before they headed for the victim.

The kidnapping of the southeastern businessman was found to be about a year after the death of an Igbo- Man in a similar attack.

While the Criminals shot sporadically, local residents ran to safety while many ran into bushes and others took cover in a market.

The incident was initiated by the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Niger State Branch , Chief Emmanuel Ezeugo, confirmed.

Gunmen in military uniform attack soldiers in Niger, kill 2, injure others

Two soldiers were killed and several others were injured, when they were recently ambushed by armed men in an attack in Niger.

The attack came during a rescue mission by 28 members of Madaka community, state, who had previously been kidnapped.

It was found that around 13 injured soldiers were treated in government facilities in Minna, the state capital. Others with more severe injuries were reportedly taken to Kaduna for serious medical treatment.