ABAVO KINGSHIP CRISIS: OUR SON HAS TO REMAIN IN EXILE, Says Odi Family



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ABAVO KINGSHIP CRISIS: OUR SON HAS TO REMAIN IN EXILE, Says Odi Family

ABAVO KINGSHIP CRISIS: OUR SON HAS TO REMAIN IN EXILE, Says Odi Family –  The Odi family from the Igbogili quarters of Abavo, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State has raised alarm over insecurity leading to strange deaths in the community.

A close family source from the Odi family who pleaded anonymity disclosed that the looming insecurity in Abavo Kingdom which has become a major issue was raised during an enlarged August meeting of the Odi family kindred held on Saturday, August 26, 2017.
According to the source, “All is not well with our land of Abavo with recurring records of strange deaths of our youths who are assassinated, and people have remained quiet over the fear of the unknown.

ABAVO KINGSHIP CRISIS: OUR SON HAS TO REMAIN IN EXILE, Says Odi Family
“There is no doubt that peace has eluded Abavo following the kingship tussle seeking the removal of the monarch, His Royal Majesty, King Uche Irenuma II, for the rightful owner of the throne since 2012.
“Everyone seems to be living in the pretense that all is well for the safety of their lives even as the government in power equally seems to have abandoned the people all for selfish political gain.
“After ten years of continued kingship tussle, King Irenuma who had remained on the throne has no heart of forgiveness that our sons who fought gallantly for his removal to save the community over strange happenings which his reign has brought upon the people are being killed. Many of our youths who ran away to save their lives out of the community in the heat of the kingship tussle and had returned home, have always faced death through assassination”.
Continuing, the source further lamented that the insecurity in Abavo has compelled many sons and daughters of the kingdom to remain in exile, lamenting that the Odi family is not left out of the trouble which Odi Ephraim, the son of their brother and uncle, Mr. Augustine Odi fought doggedly for the removal of King Irenuma.

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