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Eze Ndi Igbo, others react to gruesome murder, burning of doctor in Zamfara
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The abhorrent executing and setting burning of a clinical specialist in Gusau, Dr. Enoch Okpara has accepted another wind as the Igbo people group in the state has requested prompt capture of culprits of the dastard demonstration.

Our reporter assembled that the Igbo people group in the state has been mounting pressures on the security offices in the state to angle out the wrongdoers from their concealing spots, saying that there is by all accounts no sufficient security of lives and property in the state.

As per boss Egbuna Obijiaku, the Eze Ndi Igbo in Zamfara State who responded quickly said that the activity was condemnable, bringing up that the pitiless murdering meant that no one is really protected in the Sharia state.

” We are all in trouble as we are living in the era of perpetual fears since nobody can exactly say what would happen next, ” he lamented.

Chief Obijiaku explained that merciless killings have resurfaced in the Shari’a state in various fashions and senses, urging the security agencies to as a matter of urgency put up well coordinated security network to stop all these unholy activities ravaging the entire state.

” All these man’s inhumanity against man must be addressed as the citizens may be forced to react negatively. We are, therefore, calling on the security agencies in the state to fish out the killers of the easy going gentleman doctor and bring them to book.

Speaking further, the Eze Ndi Igbo pleaded with the Igbos in the state to remain law-abiding, saying that nobody is above the government and the security agencies unless they do not want to act.

” Nobody can run away from reality and the reality is that merciless killings still persist in the state. We challenge the security operatives to demonstrate their professionalism ”

Our correspondent can authoritatively state that within a week, a housewife, Hauwa’u Illiyasu was raped, murdered and mutilated, again a gynecologist, Dr. Enoch Okpara was killed and set ablaze in the same week.

When contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Mohammed Shehu said that all hands were on deck to apprehend the perpetrators and prosecute them, saying that the police was on top of the issue.

He asked the overall population not to assume control over the laws, guaranteeing that no stone would be left unturned.

In his own response, the director Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Gusau branch, Dr. Illiyasu Ahmed portrayed the episode as appalling and an enormous hit to the clinical calling in the state and Nigeria overall.

He deplored that the abhorrent demonstration was producing fears and pressure to the clinical calling in the Shari’a state, given the way and way Dr Enoch Okpara was squandered and set on fire by obscure aggressors in his home.