Ebonyians Should Demand For An Immediate And Unconditional Release Of Rev Fr. Timothy Ngwuta KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Ebonyians Should Demand For An Immediate And Unconditional Release Of Rev Fr. Timothy Ngwuta

The the continued detention of an innocent priest of a Roman Catholic church has remained a very sad one. (Read More Here).

The crime of this innocent priest was that he was posted in a Catholic parish in the war torn Effium community and as we are all aware that the crisis in Effium community created a refuge problem which as a priest, he have a moral duty to look after them.

This necessitated that he visits them occasionally to attend to their needs and possibly to encourage with the word of God.

Rev Fr Timothy Ngwuta went to Izhi where most of his members were refugees on 11/12/2021 and as he went to Nworie Izhi to visit some of his parishioners who ran to Izhi for refuge, coincidentally he ran into some security agents who claimed they were on stop and search, that's was how he was arrested and later on, framed into the crisis that he was one of the warriors in Effium community and with other heavy allegations levelled against him without any iota of truth.

From all indication, we have seen that the enemies has just a planned deal to punish an innocent man, maybe because he was an Ezza man by origin.

Recall that his parish and all he had in life was completely burnt down and he narrowly escaped being killed in Ugoeze community where he was a parish priest of the Catholic church there.

Rev Fr Ngwuta was severely beaten by the AK men which has made it difficult for him to walk yet still in detention.

As I'm writing now, this innocent priest is still in detention with the injuries they inflicted on his body.

I want to plead with Ebonyi State Government and the Christian community to demand for the unconditional release of an innocent man.

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