Methodist Prelate Revealed the Biggest Insecurity Tips: How Soldiers Help Kidnappers

Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu

Director, Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu

BG. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Army spokesperson, on Wednesday 2nd June, 2022, claimed that the Prelate of Methodist Church Nigeria, Samuel Kanu-Uche, would be contacted on his allegation that its personnel were complicit in his recent kidnap.

According to the Army buyer-man, Brig-Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, "the allegation as weighty". He insisted that, “the insinuation that troops are complicit in the kidnap is not entirely premised on any findings of investigations and therefore cannot be swallowed hook line and sinker." 

If Nigerians are clever enough, the testimony of the Methodist Prelate should serve as an eye-opener towards the several claims of the Nigerian army as reasons for killing civilians in the southern part of the country. Security agencies conniving with fulani marauders to kidnap, rape and kill civilians is a fact.

They are using Igbo-speaking Fulanis to varru out their activities with ease. Instances of Opperations in Igboland left various reports proving that the army moved with some Igbo-speaking armed men during the attacks. Thesemen were Fulanis born in Igboland. 

Again, information made available to AjuedeNews revealed that on the day a Dangote staff was kidnapped, it was around the army checking point at Orre that the kidnappers did all their business about them.

Therefore, the claim that army do not connive with kidnappers is a deliberate faulsehood.

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