The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Team investigating the alleged extra-judicial killings by some Police Officers of Anambra State Police Command, has been urged to be thorough and painstaking in their job to ensure that justice prevails in the matter.
Windows Defenders Forum, which appealed while addressing newsmen in Onitsha also demanded that the investigating team should carry out their job with a human face.
The Commander of the Anti Robbery Squad of the Anambra State Police Command Squad, Mr Patrick Agbazue and the Zone 13 Command Police Public Relations Officer, (ZPPRO), Nkiru Nwode, and others were taken to Abuja on the orders of IGP to answer questions on alleged extra-judicial killings, organ harvest and withdrawing suspects’ money.
But Widows’ Defenders’ Forum (WDF) during a briefing in Enugu State expressed shock that Nwode who championed the cause of the oppressed would be involved in such an ugly act. Not possible
The Executive Director of the group, Mrs Chinyere Anunihu, said Nwode, a Superintendent of Police (SP), has been using her salary to take care of the widows such as paying school fees for their children.
The WDF said they doubt the veracity of the allegations, saying that the whole thing might have been caused by petty jealousy because of her commitment to helping humanity, especially the widows.
WDF said Nwode as a dedicated officer who has no dent or scandal in her record, might have been marked by enemies for destruction by linking her with alleged extra-judicial killings and organ harvest.
Describing the allegations not only as strange but embarrassing, the WDF said after their emergency executive meeting where they reviewed the allegations against SP Nwode by the enemies of progress they decided to call on the investigating panel to ensure that justice and fairness are netted to the parties involved.
In the meeting that the representatives of the children of the Widows Nwode had helped attended, they insisted that those who made the allegations should come forward with facts to prove their case.
They said the allegations should not be limited to social media, saying that those behind these campaigns of calumny are paid agents aimed at destroying the brilliant career of Nwode.
“But they will fail since they are not coming up with concrete proofs. We warn that those who are prying into other people’s private lives should desist from such despicable and unprofitable venture since all will face the judgment of Almighty either negatively or positively” said Mrs Anunihu.
She said that those behind these allegations should know that there are consequences for their actions because whatever a man sows, he will reap”.WDF cautioned