The commandant of Ocha Brigade, the quasi-terror organisation formed by the Anambra State Governor Willie Obiano, Chief Kenneth Okonkwo is dead, Elombah.com has gathered.
News of his death was confirmed by a member of his family to APGA Interactive Forum media.
Chief Okonkwo died this morning at an undisclosed hospital, according to the report.
It was further gathered that he had a fatal accident while returning from a wake keep of his friend who sells tire last night.
However, not all Anambrarians were at home with the activities of the deceased as shown in this report by Mazi Oderaigbo:
“He came back from USA after the first daughter graduation party, then with fatigue and the weights of wrath from the gods especially after he demolished innocent Houses at Nkwelle Ezunaka upon his shoulder.
“He went to a Wake keep where he drank to stupor to bury the sorrows of past deed.
“Then he refused his driver to drive him, he took over the steering and had an accident.
“The driver died at the spot.
“He was taken to Hospital and he died this morning.
“The turn of events in my state this 3 days shows the gods are angry and I am silently meditating for God to have mercy.”
Chief Okonkwo, it could be recalled, was the instrument in Governor Obiano’s hand in the demolition of residents’ houses at Nkwelle Ezunaka, aan Anambra State community.
Okonkwo had brought out his phone and showed the landlords who were at his office a WhatsApp chat he purportedly had with Governor Obiano and bragged that the governor directed him to raised 2 billion naira for his re-election campaign from landlords who have houses between Oba and Nkwelle Ezunaka.
Obiano, haven devised a powerful scheme to raised 2 billion naira for his re-election campaign at the expense of landlords, had tasked the victimised landlords to fund his re-election campaign or have their houses demolished.