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Hired Killers Assassinate Governor Amaechi’s Uncle In Ubima, Ikwerre Rivers State

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Hired Killers Assassinate Governor Amaechi’s Uncle In Ubima, Ikwerre Rivers State

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Sept 13, 2014 – Governor Amaechi’s Uncle Murdered By Suspected Hired Killers In Ubima, Ikwerre Rivers State

An uncle to the incumbent governor of Rivers state has been murdered.

Mr Sabinus Ordu, a resident of Ubima town in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers state was murdered on Monday by suspected hired killers.

News of the victim’s mur­der was broken yesterday, by the state Commissioner for Information, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, at a media brief­ing in Port Harcourt. She disclosed that the octoge­narian was assassinated last Monday while his mutilated body was discovered in the bush.

According to her, the de­ceased was a career civil servant and vice principal of Community Secondary School, Aluu, also in Ikwerre Local Government Area.

It was gathered that the deceased was reportedly trailed by unknown assail­ants when he went to check some of his traps in the bush.

“The late Mr. Sabinus Ordu, who is an uncle to Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, returned home in the afternoon from CSS, Aluu where he was the vice principal and told the boy staying with him that he was going into the bush to check his traps after having a meal.

“He then mounted his mo­torcycle and left for the bush, but did not return until it was night. At about 8.00pm, the boy raised an alarm which attracted the villagers. A search party was sent to look for him. “The search party, on their way into the bush, saw the victim’s motorcycle by the bush path, and im­mediately went into the bush where they found his lifeless body, mutilated with several machete cuts. The matter has been reported to the police at Elele, while his remains have been deposited at the morgue”, she stated.

The Commissioner for Information further said that the state government was concerned about the ugly de­velopment, especially as the 2015 general elections were fast approaching, even as she called on the police to step in and ensure that the perpe­trators of the heinous crime were brought to book.

“We are concerned about this development, especially because these are obvious signs as we get closer to the general elections. We don’t want to point fingers or cast aspersions, but Mr. Ordu was only a civil servant and a peace-loving man. He was a simple citizen and was not into government contracts.

“Perhaps, his only crime was that he is related to Governor Amaechi. We are calling on the police to bring Mr. Ordu’s killers to book. This cannot be another mys­tery murder; this cannot be another unresolved murder case. The people of Rivers State will continue to re­sist the murder of innocent people”.

She added: “God alone gives life and only God can take a life. This is a crime against the innocent and the poor”. Responding to ques­tions from journalists on the heinous act, Semenitari, said the ugly development would not be unconnected with the politics in the state.

“At this point, we are un­willing to cast any aspersion. We hope it is not politically motivated. We can’t adduce any reason for the murder. Every indicator points to the strong likelihood that this was politically motivated”, she said.

May his soul rest in perfect peace(amen).



  1. Kofoworola Oniru

    September 13, 2014 at 7:04 AM

    Polictians at work

  2. Lash

    September 13, 2014 at 8:26 AM

    If bad things happened to these politicians or their families,its political motivated but if its good thing, you won’t hear anything from them and if u are telling them that this their politics is dirty they would say no…yeye people,wasting innocent souls,directly or indirectly.

  3. Jesuit onye

    September 13, 2014 at 8:58 AM

    na d andi work of his opponent

  4. Nwa Jesus

    September 13, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    may the God of host fight his battle in Jesus NAME (Amen)

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