PEOPLE OF ENUGU-NGWO URGED TO BE LAW ABIDING DESPITE ALL ODDS
The People of Enugu-Ngwo in Enugu North Local Government Area of Enugu state have been advised to remain law abiding in the face of provocations.
The President-General of the community, Brother John Enwu who gave the advice at Eke-Ani town hall during the community’s emergency general meeting following alleged encroachment into the community land by an indigene of the area, Mr. Ken Umunnakwe Onoh.
The President-General alleged that Mr. Ken Onoh had sold and gave away portions of land belonging to the community.
He further accused Mr. Ken Onoh who is the son of the Late C.C. Onoh and Special Adviser to the Governor on Special Duties of misinforming the Anti-Cult Squad in the State which led to the arrest of the Chairman of the Community’s Task Force on Land Matters, Mr. Chidiebere Onoh for challenging his sale of the said portions of the community land.
The Chairman of Enugu–Ngwo Council of Elders, Mr. Ikenga Samuel Chime who corroborated the allegation made by the President-General announced that the community had excommunicated Mr. Ken Onoh after he failed to honor many invitations by the elders.
Meanwhile, the Onowu of Enugu-Ngwo, Chief Humphrey Ozoani who spoke with our Correspondent on behalf of the aged and sick Traditional Ruler, Igwe Innocent Ayalaogu decried the actions of Mr. ken Onoh.
Reacting, to the issue, Mr. Ken Onoh who spoke with Radio Nigeria over the telephone dismissed the allegations.
Some notable indigenes of Enugu-Ngwo including a former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. DubemOnyia and Prince Ayalogu called for a peaceful resolution of the matter.