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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Police Kill Innocent Mechanic And Send 4 Others To Jail Because They Did Not 'Settle

Nigerian lady Princess Akporaro Enaroseha narratied this shocking must read story of how her Mechanice was Killed because he did not give enough money to the Police men he ran into............This story is pathetic!!!








She says....

''I gave my car to my usual mechanic to fix AC Gas on the 19th of Dec 2019. Called him several times on the 20th and did not get an answer. I decided to visit his shop physically at Ikoku to find out that my car and the mechanic are nowhere to be found. I asked fellow mechanics around and one said he saw when the mechanic was driving one way and he suspects that he might have been apprehended by the Police. My mind came down a bit after hearing this.

I started visiting Police Stations in Port-Harcourt one after the other making enquiries until I got to Mile 1 Police Station and I saw my car parked in front of the Eagle Crack Police Division(a.k.a E-Crack). I felt relief thinking that the Police is my friend, I was totally wrong. I presented myself quickly at the front desk to say that the car belongs to me and I want to know the reason it got to this place. I was shocked to be pointed a gun by one of the officers and I was asked to leave before I get shot. Wow.... I wondered what crime I could have committed to present myself as the owner of my car. But I had to leave before I get shot.

I got to my house and was drafting a strategy to attack this issue. It was exactly 2hours later when I noticed a knock on my gate. I opened my gate to see a young man who introduced himself as “Obinna the brother to Chima”. Chima is the name of my mechanic. He asked me my name which I told him and that he was directed by his brother to meet me. So I asked him quickly if he knew the reason for the arrest. He said Chima told him that he and his boys were testing two cars, 3 boys in a camry and 2 boys in my car, after doing some work on them. The traffic in Port-Harcourt around that time was terrible and they decided to drive one way.

The police apprehend them and asked them for money. They offered an amount which was not comfortable for the Police officers. The eyes of the Police officers were completely red looking for money to solve their Christmas matters as this usually happens during the Christmas festive period in Nigeria. The police officers immediately changed the case to robbery, accusing the boys of robbing the two cars.

The officers asked the boys to raise their hands and searched their pockets. They found money in each of the pockets of the boys. According to Obinna, N97,000.00(ninety seven thousand naira) was found on Chima, N50,000.00 (Fifty thousand naira) on one of them, N16,000.00(Sixteen thousand) on another etc, totally over N150,000.00(one hundred and fifty thousand naira) in their pockets. In the minds of the Police officers; (we can not afford to loose this money we have seen physically in their pockets. Our Christmas is guaranteed a success if we can obtain all the money). Which indeed they achieved.

Hand cuffed all of them, took their money and their telephones and arraigned them to the Police Station. Getting to the station, hung this boys upside down in fan hooks and started brutality on them with various weapons. The youngest of them which is only 19yrs was almost at the point of death and accepted to confess whatever they ask him to say. He started making false confession about my car, he agreed that my car was rubbed and that, the car belongs to a lady and that, they jumped into the ladies compound, broke the glass of the car, opened the door and used a master key to start the car. Broke the gate and drove off.

This was the information I got from Mr. Obinna. At least I know the reason why my car is there. So I made contact with the Nigerian Air force Base who sent 2 soldiers to accompany me in my next visit. The two soldiers arrived my residence and accompanied me.



On arrival at the Mile 1 E-Crack Division, the IPO in charge of the case was very rude to the air force soldiers, insulting them saying that this is purely a civilian case and a case of robbery. The soldiers got angry and asked me if they can start beating up the police officers, I calmly told them not to do so as it will make matters worse for the innocent boys in police custody. So I left with the officers. I then called the Air force Commander and updated him on current status, he asked me if I had copies of my car papers, I told him I would get them and revert him accordingly.

I searched in my house for the car papers and did not find. But I remembered that my Driver was the one who renewed the papers not up to 2months back. So I asked my driver for the papers and he informed me that he forgot the original and photocopies inside my car. I asked him to call the man at Inland Revenue to print copies. I got the copies and contacted the Air force Commander again to let him know that I have the papers.


The Commander joined me to the Police Station on 23rd of Dec 2019. We met the Commander of E-Crack, I noticed the name on his uniform as Benson. The Air force Commander introduced himself and introduced me as his brother. Mr. Benson called the IPO of the case to come and narrate the story. The IPO explained how the boys jumped into a ladies compound, broke the glass of the car, used master key to start the car, broke the gate and drove off. That they, the police officers apprehended the boys at the point of sale. That the boys were communicating with the buyer from Aba and that one of the boys have already confessed to the crime.

After hearing this, at first I was wondering if it was some Nigerian movie the man was narrating or was he talking about my car? The E-Crack Commander now asked the IPO to bring the boy who made the confession. The boy was brought in after 2mins limping seriously with smelling wounds. The E-Crack Commander now asked the boy to tell the truth that no one would torture him. The boy now started talking by saying that he is only an apprenticed under his Boss “Chima”, that the car belongs to Chima's customer, that he made the false confession because he was tortured almost to the point of death, at this point, he stretched his arms with handcuffs towards the commander showing him the smelling wounds.

The E-Crack Commander now asked the IPO to return the boy. I now told the E-Crack Commander that I have copies of my car papers here which I got from the Inland Revenue today as my driver forgot the original papers as well as the photocopies in my car, is it possible for the IPO to check my car, get all the papers in it and we compare with what is in my hands. The E-Crack commander agreed and sent the IPO to get the papers.
After 3mins, the IPO came back and said there were no papers in the car. Well, I have copies right in front of us, I asked the commander if the copies I am presenting can be verified, and he concurred. I left the station with the Air force Commander.

On the 30th of December 2019. I returned to the police station and met the commander to verify if my presented documents have been verified. He called the IPO and the IPO confirmed that the documents are authentic. The commander now asked me my full name and I told him. He says that the name on the papers bears the same surname but different first name, why is this so? I explained that, the first name and second name on the car papers belong to my younger sister. He insisted that I must bring her to the station. So I called my sister and picked her up at her office and brought her to the station. I presented her to the commander.

The commander asked how long she has been using the car and she confirmed that it is over 2yrs. He asked the IPO to release my car as well as the second car which was an old model camry. Before leaving his office, I asked about the boys because I still have an unfinished business with my mechanic. He asked me how long I have known the mechanic, I told him that I have known the mechanic for more than 4years and that the mechanic fixes all my cars. The Commander now told me that he is investigating a case of cultism against all the boys. I wondered in my mind how a case of charged “Robbery” could change to cultism. I had no choice other than to leave the station with my car. On the 2nd of January 2020, I got a call from a Barrister saying that he was engaged by the families of the boys in custody. That he has spoken with the Commander with regards to the case. That he was shocked to know that the commander was now working as a commander in that division as he has long known him. That in fact the man is his friend. He continued by saying that the commander told him that the case is a bad one, his boys have over worked. Speaking in pigeon saying "de case don spoil, my boys don over work" The Barrister did not understand. The Barrister kept on insisting until the man opened up to say that my mechanic "Chima" is dead. He was tortured to death.

The Barrister now asked him where the corpse is. The Commander says that he does not trust him enough to reveal that kind of classified information. That the best thing he can do for the remaining 4boys, is to look for a small charge to charge them, so that as soon as they get to the court, bail will be granted easily. He asked the Barrister to come the next day. According to the Barrister, as soon as he left the police station, the Commander immediately charged the boys to court that same day on the charge of my car robbery and cultism. After hearing this from the Barr., I again thought, the police has released my car to me after verifying that it is my car and I never told them that my car was ever robbed, why did they still charge the boys for my car robbery? I later found out the answer which I will say shortly after. 


,As I write this story, the remaining 4boys are in prison custody with wounds getting rotten and smelling. Chima that the police killed is tagged as "At Large". The answer to my question came out when the families of the deceased visited the court to see a copy of the charge sheet confirming that the police wrote on it that the owner of the car, which is supposed to me, confirmed to them that his car was stolen as described. I have never made such a statement anywhere. My car was never robbed.

The families of the boys visited the prison in Port-Harcourt to see their loved ones and insisted to take photographs after seeing the wounds of some of them excreting water and decayed substances. The prison warders said each photograph will cost them N15,000.00 (Fifteen Thousand Naira) each. The families not being able to afford the money, left the prison sobering.

At this moment of my life, I and my family members are very scared of the police. I wanted to send my brother out with my car, immediately I realized that his drivers license is in process. I got scared and did not engage him anymore, because if police can take a life because of “one way driving”, then it means they can take a life for not having Drivers License and many more.

As I write this message, my wife is beside me shivering and saying that I should make the message anonymous, for fear that I could get killed by the police for making it public.

Please if I get any mosquito bite, you know who is responsible.

I came to know that the deceased mechanic got married just six months ago and that his wife is a few months pregnant.

Again, the families of the 5 boys are in abject poverty and could not even afford lawyer fees to follow up the case. What a shame.

BELOW NAMES OF PERSONS INVOLVED:

Victor Ogbonna
Osaze Friday
Ifeanyi Osuji
Ifeanyi Onyekwere
Chima Ikwunado (Killed By Police)

SP. Benson Adetuyi (Commander E-Crack)
Mile1 Police Station, PortHarcourt, Rivers State Nigeria.

Inspector Sam (IPO)
Mile1 Police Station, PortHarcourt, Rivers State Nigeria.

Chima Ikwunado (RIP)

WHAT A COUNTRY. NIGERIA WE HAIL THEE!!!!

39 comments:

  1. If this is not wickedness what else is?

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    1. Try and read before commenting na. Haba!

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  2. I am at loss for words, this is so painful and sad. May the God of Justice and Vengeance fight for them. May the reward of the wicked here catch up with them fast in Jesus name.

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  3. Oh my God. I almost had heart attack reading this. This is sad. Nigeria police na God go continue to punish una.

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  4. Nigeria.
    Where are all the human right lawyers and activists?
    Those ones are always looking for money from American NGOs.
    5 hardworking boys wasted in their prime.
    What a shame of a country.

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  5. I knew of two boys who are in remand for more two years now, simple bcos of case of suspected phones & laptop allegedly robbery. May God always safe us 4rm Nigeria police.

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  6. Pls people on Twitter, can this message be reposted to get justice for this boys??? I'm not really on any social media pls. May God spare their lives and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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  7. When I read this story, I was utterly heartbroken. This is the one we heard because someone cared enough to speak out, what of the ones that nobody has incline of?

    So sad, Nigeria is a complete mess.

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  8. Including Lagos, they are the same. If I open my mouth talk my experience at Panti, Yaba, hmmm. Even the women officers are more satanic. God does not sleep and will surely visit tgese agents of darkness in uniform. They kill and bury the innocent while aiding and abeiting criminals.

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    1. I concur o... the women officers are really aggressive especially to a fellow woman like themselves..What a country...

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  9. To me i prefer soldiers to policemen, they should just eradicate this police force

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    1. You can't compare. Soldiers get sense pass police

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  10. The multiple alphabet 'g' gave me serious chills all over my body...I can't get it out of my head. Some of us here are Trypophobic. Thanks

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    1. Nina, you are a fool. Werey omo ale!

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  11. My gosh!😲 Is there really Justice in this place?

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  12. Only God will save us in this country...this is what happens when you employ touts and give them guns. Rest in peace Chima...may your killers never know peace even in generations to come.

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    1. See how you cursed their generation that’s probably how one pained woman cursed my female generation not to marry or stay in husband house . Pls God remove the curse from my family in Jesus name amen

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    2. Even the Bible said the sins of the fathers shall be visited on the children. Most of the things we go through are as a result of evils committed in time past. May God look out for his own.

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  13. Wish I could un-read this. God have mercy on your children.

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  14. Oh God my heart is broken. I don't know the purpose of the police in this country. The police should at least release the others to their families. That money they collected is not as if they will use it to do anything good. May they reap sorrow as they have done this wickedness to humanity

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  15. I pray the innocent boys find help.

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  16. Even you poster did not try at all,that is the problems with Nigerians,you were only after getting your own cars out from the police,why didn't you fight for your mechanic and his apprentices for the police men to release them,they didn't steal your cars,you gave them the cars to repair,you should know better that the police were making up stories to make those boys seem like robbers of which you know better,it's like you believed those police when they said they caught them trying to sell the cars,which is an obvious lie.You didn't try at all,you should have tried all your best to get them out and not just get your own cars and left the poor boys in jail.

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    1. Thank you for this!
      He was just after his car.

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    2. you must be stupid....what was he to do?

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  17. This is heartbreaking... I pray For heavenly visitation on their behalf I Jesus mighty name..May the Mercy locate all those young boys in Jesus mighty name.. Chima Rip and your Spirit will fight strongly for you.

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  18. Not necessarily, I wouldn't really blame the poster, the police is very deadly. Am sure he didn't know it would get to that.

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  19. Nigerian Police......Hmmm... This was my story last year, they tried to send me to prison for a crime i didn’t commit, they connived with the man who defrauded me but God was on my side... I am patiently waiting for the day of vengeance because God knows I will still fight back.. I was detained for 7days without any petition written against me....Sam,Kay and Nelson your day of disgrace is coming soon... The most corrupt organization in the world.. Thieves, Bastards.. you will weep over your children.

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  20. I heard the story on naija FM few days ago and I was just weeping... I really don't understand the kind of country we are in, the people they are meant to protect us are the ones killing us. May God have mercy and also console the family of the deceased

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  21. I also heard that they were seriously tortured in order to confess that they were robbers. The serious wounds were as a result of the torture they received cos they refused to confess to what the police told them to say, so the more the refusal, the more the tortures and when they couldn't bear the tortures anymore they had no option than to comply... So sad😭😭😭

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  22. That is why I dont believe those pictures of criminals with ammunition arranged in front of them for photographs becausee 99.9 percent of them are innocent.

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  23. Nigerian Police is NOT YOUR FRIEND, PLEASE, RUUUUUN FAR.

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  24. So no one can actually help them,no one wit any connection to help them...this is really bad

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  25. So no one can actually help them,no one wit any connection to help them...this is really bad

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  26. So no one can actually help them,no one wit any connection to help them...this is really bad

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  27. Nigeria is a scary please to be.No 9ja trip for me at all.Make them hold their country

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  28. I weep this is so sad.
    @ poster you were only after your car and never cared about your mechanin and the other boys.
    Oh my God.

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