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SOS! Police Lay Siege On Abba Town Union P-G’s Home Allegedly On Arthur Eze’s Plot

An anonymous concerned citizen of Abba Town in Anambra State has sent the following SOS to ElombahNews.

The SOS was over the recent development in the town as Police operatives under the Supervision of Commissioner of Police, John Abang lays siege on the home of the town’s President General, Engineer Benjamin Anaekwe.

Recall that Best-selling author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie had, in September 2019, raised alarm that Billionaire Arthur Eze is using Police to terrorize Abba, her hometown in Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra state.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Read the SOS below:

President General Abba Town Union’s House under Siege of the Nigeria Police under the Supervision of Commissioner of Police, John Abang

In the early morning of today, November 7th 2019, the operatives of the Nigeria police Awka command under the direct order of CP John Abang besieged the residence of Engineer Benjamin Anaekwe, the current president general Abba town Union, for the sole purpose of abducting him on the instructions of Prince Arthur Eze.

Recall that there is a subsisting federal high court injunction restraining the police and its agents from such. Until such order is vacated or set aside by a superior court, the injunction is still binding on the Nigeria police.

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But instead of allowing the law to take its course, the Nigeria police and Prince Arthur Eze have take it upon themselves to continue trampling on judiciary and the laws of the land. They should note that disobedience to Court order is the foundation of indiscipline which is the antithesis of the rule of law.

Nigeria police should desist from taking instructions and orders from Prince Arthur Eze and his agents to intimidate and arrest Abba indigenes indiscriminately. As I write this, many Abba indigenes are still in Awka prison and in different police cells across the state, courtesy of Prince Arthur Eze.

Awkuzu SARS is now part and parcel of Prince Arthur Eze dynasty and they are on his payroll for the sole purpose of intimidating and arresting Abba people at will. We are all aware that police don’t settle land issues, but the Nigeria police have made it a duty to help Prince Arthur Eze to forcefully annex Abba ancestral land for himself and his Ukpo Town.

Recall that Prince Arthur Eze invited some people of Abba decent to Geneva hotel in Awka and promised to pay #100 million so that the Abba ancestral land would be sold to him but Abba people said no ,that their ancient and ancestral land isn’t for sale.

The rejection of his money by Abba people angered Prince Arthur Eze, who vowed and swore to take the land by force. We are using this medium to put the world and Nigerians on notice of Prince Arthur Eze’s antics.

We are already in the know of Prince Arthur Eze’s antics in using Nigeria police to intimidate and cajole dissenting voices to his favor. He is working day and night to use the same pattern he used against some Abagana indigenes.

His modus operandi is always using the police to arrest the natives he believes are obstacles to his usurpation, then force them to sign documents that they won’t talk about their land or step into such land.

It was the antics he used against Abagana and he’s trying by all means to replicate same in Abba but he failed to realize that Almighty God rules in the affairs of men.

Prince Arthur Eze should come to court as was directed by the supreme court to prove his ownership of Agu Abba instead of resorting to intimidation using the police.

We have assured Prince Arthur and his agents and we are assuring him again that an inch of Ana Abba won’t be ceded to him and he can never in this world take that land by whatever means he thinks he can employ.

Arresting the president general of Abba town Union and all the numerous illegal arrests of Ndi Abba will never deter us or make us to abandon our ancestral land.

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