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My Sister Died From HIV Complications, Physical Abuse From Senator Abbo, Woman Claims

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There is definitely more trouble for Senator Elisha Abbo.

A woman identified as Judith Ojukwu from Awka-Etiti, Anambra State is alleging the embattled Senator Abbo of being culpable in the death of her sister, Eucharia Ojukwu.

According to Judith, her sister who was allegedly married to Senator Abbo died from complications arising from HIV and physical abuse in the hands of the Senator.

On Monday, July 9, she opened up about the painful death of her sister, adding that it was time to shade some light on the character of Senator Abbo.

Stating that Senator Abbo’s not guilty plea in court concerning his assult of a nursing mother in a sex shop in Abuja showed he still didn’t have God in him, adding that she decided to open up as her silence was amounting to victory for the embattled Senator.

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See what she wrote below:

“Mr Cliff Ishaku, you have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds. Hope you are ready because the finger my God is pointing out on you wont go down anytime soon” she wrote, adding that she has more to say anout tge Senator’s sordid past.

“22nd July they said right? It’s about time I start lashing this idiot bcos my silence has made him feel superior. God pass man! Have held it in for so long now, Mr cliff ishaku, you know what I’m capable of & have known that I’m your greatest fear. Today you pleaded not guilty, that shows you still don’t have the fear of God in you till date. I’ve been your greatest nightmare & trust me, my silence wasn’t a sign of weakness. It was just me leaving it all to God Almighty & as His ways are not ours, years after the untime God who is never late showed up to expose your true identity to not only Nigerians but the entire world. Cliff, I will lash the truth about you & you know I don’t rant. The truth will eventually come to light bcos you are & have always been an animal in human skin.”

See Judith’s old and new posts:

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"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" - "You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

 

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

 

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  1. Baban Abba

    July 11, 2019 at 12:54 pm

    Where were you when that incidents btwn the senator and your sister happened? why do u find now as the appropriate time to expose an issue of past 2yrs or more. Fear only God and don’t be sponsored by his political opponent to spoil his name at all cost. You might be a victim tomorrow.

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Breaking: Lagos Assembly Suspends Ifako/Ijaiye Executive Chairman, Apostle Toba Oke

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Apostle Toba Oke

The Lagos State House of Assembly has suspended the executive chairman, Ifako/Ijaiye, Apostle Toba Oke, and three others.

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How My Wife Was Killed, Husband Of PDP Woman Leader

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The husband of late Mrs Acheju Abuh, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), woman leader who was killed in Kogi State has revealed how his wife was slained.

Elder Simeon Babani Seidu Abuh who revealed how the unfortunate event  happened said his wife was first beaten before she was killed by thugs loyal to the All Progressives Congress (APC), after the Saturday, November 16th Kogi governorship election.

Late Abuh was burnt alive on Monday, November 18 by thugs after the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, declared Governor Yahaya Bello winner of the election.

However, narrating how the incident really happened, Elder Abuh said that on the day of election, an APC supporter Ocholi Edicha in the company of other boys had allegedly threatened to deal with his younger brother, Gowon Abuh, who is a strong supporter of the PDP.

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Elder Abuh returned home after casting his vote, leaving his wife behind to watch the electoral process.

“After some time My brother Gowon ran back home to inform me that Edicha was beating my wife where she was sitting under a shade observing the process and when he and other people tried to intervene, but escapeded being stabbed, hence he ran back home”.

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Elder Abuh said while they were still talking, one Elder Samuel Salami Agbali brought his wife on his motorcycle to his compound, advising that she be rushed to an hospital.

“I took her to Holy Memorial Hospital Ochadamu where she was attended to by one Dr. Agama. She was examined and was given some drugs to take and advised to rest due to the trauma of the attack.”

However, Mrs Abuh was burnt to death few days later, after an APC supporter died during a ”fight” with Elder Abuh’s nephew.

 

Read Elder Abuh’s full statement below:

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Sowore Sues DSS Over Arrest, Continued Detention***Demands N500m As Damages

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Bail Conditions

Publisher of Sahara Reporter, Omoyele Sowore, has sued the Department of State Services (DSS), over his arrest and continued detention.

Sowore has been in the DSS detention facility since August 3, 2019.

According to Sahara Reporters, Sowore is asking the court to order the DSS to pay him N500m as general and aggravated damages for his ”detention and illegal violation of fundamental rights.”

The activist made the demand in a suit marked FHC/ABJ /C51409/2019 dated November 20, 2019 in Abuja on Friday, November 22nd.

It reads, “A declaration that the detention of the applicant from November 7, 2019 till date in violation of the order for his release made on November 6, 2019 is illegal as it violates his fundamental right to liberty guaranteed by Section 35 of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) and Article 6 of African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement Act (CAP A10) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.

“An order of this court compelling the respondents to pay to the applicant the sum of N500,000, 000, 00 ( Five hundred million naira) as general and aggravated damages for the illegal violation of the applicant’s fundamental right to life, dignity of his person, fair hearing, health, freedom of movement and freedom of association.

“An order of perpetual injunction restraining the respondents from further violating the applicant’s fundamental rights in any manner whatsoever and however without lawful justification.”

Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), is joined in the suit.

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Sowore was arrested in Lagos on August 3, 2019 for “for threatening public safety, peaceful co-existence and social harmony in the country.”

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