Wife Of Biafra National Guard Commander, Chidinma Orji, 18 Others Regained Freedom after 15yrs in Detention

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The wife of Biafra National Guard, BNG Commander, Chidinma Orji and 18 Others has regained freedom after 15yrs in detention.

According to information posted on Facebook by Jones FCC, the duo who wher charge for treason and felony was granted bail today after moves by some Igbos elite.

According Jone who was happy to see then regained back there freedom said:

I am happy to inform us that freedom has finally come the way of our dear brothers and sisters incarcerated for the past fifteen years on allegations of felony and treasonable felony. Chidimma Orji and 18 others have been in detention, with the slow pace of our justice upending their lives and dreams in these past fifteen years.

Over the last few weeks and days, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Wing, under my acting leadership has led far-reaching advocacies for justice to be served in the case between FGN and Chidimma Orji and 18 others. We pushed for the judgement to be delivered, because we were convinced that these brothers and sisters of our are innocent of the allegations against them.

My deep-seated gratitude to the Secretary-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide-Youth Wing, Mazi Chukwuma Okpalaezeukwu, a man, deeply passionate about the Igbo interest and who can go to any length to ensure that Igbo youths are not deprived of their rights, no matter the situation. He has been at the depth of this struggle and his passion for their freedom and the freedom of all Igbo youths detained unjustly, is never in any doubt.

Heartfelt congratulations to these brothers and sisters of ours. As the apex Igbo youth leadership organization, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Wing shall shortly unveil plans to fully reintegrate them into the society and help them restore their dreams and put their best talents into good use for the development of the society.

While we rejoice at the this delayed justice, we look forward to the Federal Government paying appropriate compensations to these young Igbos for what has been proven to be unlawful incarceration over these years.

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