ALUU4 Saga: Delay In Convicting The Perpetrators Of The Act Was disturbing - CLO

(m) at 7-10-2014 09:11AM (5 years ago)

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The call was stimulated by the remembrance of the unfortunate incident, which happened exactly two years ago at Omokiri village in Aluu Community, Ikwerre Local Government area of River State.

The group, the Civil Liberties Organisation, CLO, said the delay in convicting the perpetrators of the act was disturbing.

In a statement signed by its spokesman, Livingstone Nwechie, the organization blamed the closure of the courts in Rivers State for the delay of Justice delivery.

Nwechie emphasized that the Aluu four case was one of the high profile criminal cases in the state that were currently being taken for granted.

The group called on the members of the Judiciary staff Union workers and the Rivers State government to consider the plight of the affected families of the Aluu four and call off their almost four-month old strike.

“It is most disturbing that the Aluu 4 incident which is now 2 years old is still generating losses to the affected families and the society in general, particularly since justice is still not in sight 2 years after four promising young boys, whose bloods still hunt our conscience, Chiadika Biringa, Lloyde Toku Mike, Tekena Elkanah and Ugonna Obuzor, all first sons of their parents and students of University of Port Harcourt, were gruesomely murdered on October 5, 2012 by their fellow countrymen, who roasted them to death in what can best be described as ritual killing without any justification.

“One question for us all today is: Can there ever be justice for Aluu 4 when our Courts are perpetually shut down in Rivers state?

“As we send our words of consolation to the affected families and all who may be facing injustice of their own version of Aluu 4, to remain strong as justice shall come one day, we urge the Rivers State government for once as a mark of honour to these boys and their families, to REOPEN OUR COURTS so that justice can be got in this matter”.



melody941 (f) at 7-10-2014 10:19AM
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Too bad that those imbiciles are not killed by firing squad yet
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beneno (m) at 7-10-2014 10:29AM
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 Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
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Larry28 (f) at 7-10-2014 10:31AM
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Hmm
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zeigbo (m) at 7-10-2014 11:53AM
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hmmm

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Trueyarn (m) at 7-10-2014 01:09PM
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9ja wia justice no longer prevail.
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isbigo (m) at 7-10-2014 02:15PM
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Quote from: lanraymals9 on  7-10-2014 10:22AM
Correction: October 5 2012 not 2014. This aint new in Nigeria. Till today Dele giwa's killers have not been found.... And so are many unresolved murder cases.
DID YOU EVER GO TO SCHOOL AT ALL?,CAN YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND AT ALL?.I THINK YOU ARE ABSENT MINDING
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maizaxx (m) at 7-10-2014 02:35PM
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I quite agree with  lanrymaks9,they are but just a few of the cases yet to be resolved in Nigeria. I feel for there families,they say justice delayed is justice denied,and that is why jungle justice will continue to thrive because justice is seldom or not served.
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paulohking (m) at 7-10-2014 03:03PM
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hummmmmm
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morgrawl231 (m) at 7-10-2014 05:18PM
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too bad,,,
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elchymo (m) at 24-08-2015 12:39PM
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RIP
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