SAY NO TO INJUSTICE NO MATTER WHO IT IS DONE TO / A take on the case of Fredrick Nwajiagu

Nine Months In Illegal And Inhuman Detention For Being Igbo


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Who would have believed that Frederick Nwajiagu the self-acclaimed Eze Ndigbo of Ajao Estate in Lagos State, who is being detained at the State Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department, SCIID, Panti, Yaba, over threats to invite members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to help secure the property of Ndi Igbo living in Lagos is still in detention since 9 months ago?

What is wrong with the country called Nïgeria?

We were all here when Oba of Lagos threatened he would throw Ndi Igbo to the Lagoon should they refuse to vote for the candidate he is supporting. And no one arrested him or even questioned him.

We were here when MC Olomo threatened to beat up Ndi Igbo in Lagos and lots of Igbo people were brutalized. No one questioned MC Olomo.

But this man in his 60s has been in jail for 9 months over a mere comment.

Yes, I don’t support any Eze Ndi Igbo anywhere nor his statement, but many people have made worse comments.

This man talked about protecting Igbo properties in Lagos, he never called for harm on anyone, but today he is in jail while those that threatened the lives of Igbo people are walking free.

Have you seen how these guys are treating Igbo people? Same thing they are doing to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and every Igbo out there. Ndi Igbo are treated like 3rd class citizens in Nigeria.

Nïgeria is an evil empire that has vowed that they will keep marginalizing ndi Igbo and treating them as slaves.

Every Igbo man and woman of good conscience should start campaigning for the release of this man.

How can they arrest him and dump him in jail just like that?

Why are we this cold? We must not forget that whatever goes around comes around.

Today it’s Nwajiagu, tomorrow it may be you. Anyone who Cherishes injustice and evil should receive it in double portion.

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