CHINEDU CHUKWUJINDU, OTHER FAKE MONARCH IN IKA TO FACE PROSECUTION

CHINEDU CHUKWUJINDU, OTHER FAKE MONARCH IN IKA TO FACE PROSECUTION
Ika Traditional Rulers in Delta State has on Tuesday, August 25, 2020 called for immediate arrest and prosecution of Chinedu Chukwujindu who is also known as Eugine Chinedu, a self imposed king of Ekwuoma (Ekwukwu Akumazi) whom they noted have reigned anarchy on the community through dictatorship leadership and has also sent many innocent people in the community whom he suspects to question his authority to their early grave.
Sequel to this development, notable Ika illustrious sons, Larry Onyeche, the President-General of Agbor Community Union and Mr. Kingsley Odua who spoke in separate remarks, while commending the Council of Traditional Rulers for the apt development, also called that other than the arrest and prosecution of Chinedu Chukwujindu (AKA Eugine Chinedu), that other self acclaimed Kings such as the Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor and Alaza of Emuhu who parades themselves as Kings should also be arrested.
Speaking further, Kingsley said, “Chinedu Chijindu of Ugbodu has been parading himself as the Obi of Ekwuoma (Ekwukwu Akumazi) should be arrested without further delay. He is a threat to the community and has killed many innocent people of the community for several years.
They noted that the people of these respective communities have suffered greatly in the hands of the fake kings and they have ruled with highhandedness which has resulted to bridge in security, lost of lives and anarchy, saying that operators of the justice system to jettison unnecessary technicalities and ensure diligent prosecution of the self imposed kings.
Following this development, the Delta State Council of Traditional Rulers’ has called on Delta State Government and Security agency deal with self imposed traditional rulers in the State, urging them to fashion out penalties for the infraction.
According the communique, the Traditional Rulers condemned the activities of individuals who forcefully declare themselves as king in their communities without recourse to laid down procedures and due process.
The Chairman of the Council Dr Emmanuel Efeizomor II who read the Communique urged Government and security agencies to investigate individuals who had declared themselves king and bring them to book and restore peace and order in such communities.

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