Aluu 4 Killings: Indigenes Deny Involvement In Murder, Demand Release Of Monarch
Oct 13, 2012 – Aluu 4 Killings: Indigenes Deny Involvement In Murder, Demand Release Of Monarch
Exactly 7 Days after the brutal murder of 4 innocent University Of Port Harcourt students by members of the vigilante group in Omuokiri-Aluu village, the troubled villagers yesterday broke their silence. www.naijagists.com
The villagers who denied involvement in the killings of the students on Friday demanded the release of their detained traditional ruler, Chief Hassan Walewa
The villagers also warned of plan by some ethnic groups whose sons were murdered to attack Aluu village.
Mr Garshon Benson, the spokesperson for Aluu disclosed this in a media briefing yesterday.
In his own words below:
“It has come to our notice that some ethnic groups in the state whose sons were among those murdered on our soil are threatening to attack Aluu. We really sympathise with them for the loss of their children and reiterate that no Aluu man has a hand in their death.
“We implore them to allow security agencies to fish out the actual killers of their sons, but also warn strongly that we will no longer fold our arms and watch further destruction of our communities and the infliction of pains and injuries on the good and law-abiding people of Aluu clan.”