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    Posted March 13, 2014 by
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    UPDATE ON THE DEMOLITION OF UPPER CLASS HOTEL, ONITSHA BY THE ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNMENT, NIGERIA

     
    LETTER TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE ON A RECENT UPDATE ON THE UPPER CLASS HOTEL DEMOLITION.

    RE: UPDATE AS PER MY LETTER DATED THE 4TH DAY OF MARCH 2014 CAPTIONED: “HINTS OF YET AGAIN ANOTHER CRIMINAL PLAN TO SET ME UP”.
    FOR THE RECORD AGAIN: Developments within the last few days of my initial letter dated 4th March 2014 has made it necessary for an update. The very Onitsha native I stated as being in Cell 5 of Awkuzu SARS is called “Ejimma”. In page 2 of my petition to Anambra State Commissioner of Police dated 2/9/2013, I mentioned him as a participant in my hotel exhibit planting. The petition is attached and marked (A). it was never investigated. I can reliably inform you that the very “Ejimma” has provided Awkuzu SARS with every detail on how the two rotten human skulls and two AK 47 were planted in Room 102 of Upper Class Hotel, Onitsha. He is in a near-death situation at the very cell 5 with crabs eating away his buttocks.
    I hope the O/C SARS Awkuzu, CSP James Nwafor, will be bold and man enough at least to tell you in confidence that the above paragraph is true. I understand his plight.
    The 2nd issue I raised in my 1st letter as per my caption was on the character named Nnalue Okafor that was said to have been killed by me. You will find attached to this letter, a police statement of witness/ accused written by Inspector Emmanuel Ukoro which he credited to Mrs Nwuza Okafor. It is marked (B). It was dated 5/9/2013, one month and four days after August 1st 2013 that I was arrested.
    Now, attached and marked (C) is a copy of Mrs Nwuza Okafor’s affidavit filed at Onitsha High Court on the 12th day of February 2014. Sir, please compare the signature of Mrs Nwuza Okafor in the document marked (C) (Court Affidavit) with the one appended on the document marked (B) (Police Statement of WITNESSED/ ACCUSED). Apart from the letter “Z” being not originating from the same writer, the signature in document (B) being credited to Mrs Nwuza Okafor was simulated by whoever wrote the statement in the person of Inspector Emmanuel Ukoro. A close comparison of his writing with the simulated signature of Mrs Nwuza Okafor says it all.
    Paragraph 20of Mrs Nwuza Okafor’s affidavit drove the final nail on the coffin where she emphasized not to have written any statement to the police nor did she authorize anybody to make any further statement on her behalf. If as she said in the very paragraph, that she was never shown any corpse to identify as being her son or not, who then correctly identified the corpse as being that of Nnalue Okafor in the absence of the parents? Who gave Inspector Emmanuel Ukoro the phone number of Mrs Nwuza Okafor other than the son, Nnalue Okafor, a suspect then? The identification source must have seen or known who Nnalue Okafor is, if at all the corpse, the skull or skeleton is indeed that of Nnalue Okafor. Only Awkuzu SARS is in the position to say how the identification came about. The rest of the affidavit paragraphs makes a good reading most especially paragraphs 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 19, 20 and 21.
    You will again find attached to this letter, an Onitsha High Court affidavit of one Mr Onyedika Igbonyeukwu a.k.a Ngige marked (D) filed on the 12th of February 2014, an eye witness of Nnalue Okafor’s arrest by the police. A self-confessed member of MASSOB. All paragraphs are as explicit as you can get.
    As you can confirm, torture as a means of forcing out a confession from a suspect in most cases punishes the innocent. Some die in the process and they are written off as kidnappers or armed robbers and life goes on. Police work is all about intelligence and not about torturing somebody to confirm to an earlier arrangement as in my case. Any policeman that does not have the requisite intelligence should be shown the way out. Sir, you were on seat when the incident took place but you can make a difference by rightly advising the state government to do the right thing and pay me my damages, so as to save everybody the media embarrassment that will ensue when my “Pre-Action” notice period to the State Government expires. Governance is all about confidence among the governed.
    Regards to your Esteemed Person,
    Yours Faithfully,
    Chief Bonaventure C. Mokwe

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