Simon Ekpa, a self-acclaimed disciple of Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra, IPOB, has reacted to the killing of Dr Chile Akunyili.
Ekpa linked the killing of Akunyili to operatives of the Division of State Companies, DSS, describing their denial as essentially the most absurd he has seen in over a decade.
He alleged that the identical DSS operatives who murdered the Private Assistant of Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu’s lawyer, had been accountable for Akunyili’s dying.
Ekpa made the declare whereas rubbishing DSS denial of being accountable for the homicide of the medical physician.
In a tweet, Ekpa wrote: “The DSS denying assassination of Dr Chike is essentially the most absurd assertion I’ve learn in a decade.
“The identical DSS killed all of the unclaimed corpses on the Imo State mortuary. Eyewitness to the assassination of Dr. Chike noticed the DSS males. The identical DSS that killed Barrister Ejiofor PA and so on?”
Chike, who’s the husband of late Dora Akunyili, the ex-Director-Common of Nationwide Company for Meals and Drug Administration and Management, NAFDAC, was killed in Anambra State on Tuesday.
However, the DSS was accused of killing the medical physician who was on his strategy to obtain an award.
Nonetheless, the key police denied involvement in Akunyili’s homicide.
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