VIDEO: Nigerians storm Facebook comment of Ogbete Market trader, Nwodo Bonaventure, who was shot dead and killed during 'locked shops' protest in Enugu KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

KossyDerrickEnt

Your favourite Entertainment Blog for trending Gist, Celebrity News and gossip, food and Hollywood Celebrity news. For advert and sponsored post, contact: [email protected]

Breaking News

Search This Blog

Before you used this banner

Translate

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

VIDEO: Nigerians storm Facebook comment of Ogbete Market trader, Nwodo Bonaventure, who was shot dead and killed during 'locked shops' protest in Enugu

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nigerians storm Facebook comment of Ogbete Market trader, Nwodo Bonaventure, who was shot dead and killed during 'locked shops' protest in Enugu. 

According to information, Bonaventure, is a twin and He relocated back to Nigeria from dubai late last year.

His sibling has taken to social media to react. The tweet reads: "RIP Bonaventure: This is our brother that @PNMbah k1lled in Enugu this afternoon. Mbah will never go unpunished, Biafrans has rejected him and his cohorts, we only take orders from our able PM Simon Ekpa.. it will never be well with terrorists mba."

It was reported that Governor Mbah ordered the sealing of several shops, malls and banks on Monday, which he accused of observing "illegal sit-at-home" called for by a Nigerian separatist living in Finland, Simon Ekpa. 


Justifying the sealing of private businesses, Governor Mbah in a statement issued on Tuesday, which was signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof Chidiebere Onyia said that businesses sealed on Monday would be closed for one week.

The Ogbete Market Traders Association has assured the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Enugu State, Dr. Peter Mbah, of their resolve to queue behind him in the March 11 gubernatorial election. He also imposed that owners of businesses sealed must provide their current tax clearance certificates and all other relevant revenue documents at the end of one week to enable the state government to review and consider their formal letters for re-opening otherwise they would be auctioned off or permanently forfeited to the state government.

The traders who were glad to receive him in the market, said they arrived at their decision after considering the credentials, track records and programmes of all the candidates, adding that Mbah’s successful business background had already convinced them that he understood the pains business community were passing through. They noted that the PDP governorship candidate was able to build his business from scratch to a leading global conglomerate by dint of hardwork, resilience, dedication and focus, stressing that he would manage the state and restore the economy to enviable status.


The chairman of the Ogbete traders association, Mr. Steven Aniagu assured that traders in the market had already adopted him as their candidate after going through his programmes and ideas in his manifesto.


However, many residents are yet to comply with the government’s directive out of fear of possible attack by hoodlums.

But on Monday, government officials moved from place to place sealing business outfits. The government has also given conditions the affected traders must meet before their shops would be reopened.

The development has now sparked protests by Ogbete Market traders.

In a trending video, they are seen marching within the metropolis, chanting angry songs.

A Twitter user wrote: "#BlackWednesday 
It's very sad to hear the sad news of gruesome murder of my dear brother, friend, and comrade Mazi Nwodo Bonaventure a native of Amachalla Enuguezike Biafra land who was shut to death by Nigeria military at the order of Gov Peter Mbah for protesting against illegal sealing of shops of the citizens for voluntarily sitting at home . 
In as much as IPOB did not order for any sit at home in Biafraland. It's condemnable and provoking that the government will go this far to escalate the already intensed tension in Biafraland by sealing the shops of traders for simply refusing to open their shops on Mondays for safety reasons. 

"As some individuals h
Has taken it as a duty to brutalize civilians going about doing their normal business on Mondays in order to enforce the already IPOB banned Monday sit at home order with a mission to create insecurity in the land and tag it on IPOB/ESN. A well organised crime sponsored by some notable politicians in Biafraland for their selfish interests. 
Bounaventure my good friend and brother was with me in UAE 🇦🇪 before his return to Biafraland to settle in Enugu as a trader."

No comments:

Advertise With Us