Imo Police Commissioner Orders The Release Of Kelechi Agoha Illegally Detained By SARS

The ebullient, vibrant and proactive Commissioner of Police in Imo State, Mr. Chris Ezike has responded to my distress letter to him dated 19th June 2017, wherein I exposed the uncivilized, criminal and ungodly nature of his officers at the Special Armed Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Imo State Police Command.

The officers led by the Commander and the Investigating Police Officer (IPO), Mr. Uche illegally detained an Innocent boy MasterKelechi Agoha for two weeks due to his inability to raise the sum of N30,000 = for his bail, even though bail is free. For details, please see the attached letter to the Police Commissioner dated 19th June,
2017.

I sent the letter to the Police Commissioner through RED STAR EXPRESS COURIER Company based in Owerri the state capital. The letter which was simultaneously made public and copied influential high profile authorities in the Country, attracted wide condemnation from the Global reading audience, also demanded severe punishment for the Commander of SARS and his IPO (Mr. Uche).

The letter reportedly got to the CP’s Office on time yesterday (19th June, 2017) but his attention was not drawn to it. He rather read his letter on the Internet around 8.pm and was shocked with its contents.
The CP reportedly called the Commander on phone and expressed his displeasure over his ungodly and criminal conduct of detaining an Innocent boy who committed no crime whatsoever. The CP, Chris Ezike reportedly ordered the Commander to release Kelechi Agoha without further delay, and to report to his office today for explanation for
his wicked action.

The Commander who was obviously afraid for the disciplinary action he was to face quickly called the IPO, Mr. Uche and gave him the marching order to head straight to the SARS Office that night (last night). At the SARS Office, both the Commander and the IPO (Mr. Uche) brought out Kelechi Agoha from his cell and quickly asked him to dress up. The time was 9:14pm. Also, they called Kelechi Agoha’s father (Mr. John Agoha) on phone to come to the station to pick his son. But Mr. John Agoha informed the Commander and the IPO that he would not make it, as it was night and risky for him to do so.

The Commander, obviously aware that he is in trouble and so desperate to cover his dirty and useless tracks, forced Master Kelechi Agoha out of the Police Command, after giving him the sum of N500 = for his transport fare. He told Kelechi to find his way home. Not satisfied with his release of Kelechi Agoha, the Commander and IPO (Uche) in the
unfolding drama also released six other illegal detainees. He gave them N500 each and led them to the security gate of the Imo State Police Command and pushed them out, asking them to find their ways. The time was about 9.50pm last night.

The boy’s Father (Mr. John Agoha) called me last night and briefed me on the development. I instructed him to report to my house this morning with his son, Kelechi. At 8:35am this morning, Mr. John Agoha and his son Kelechi came to my house and briefed me properly on what happened at the SARS office last night. We snapped pictures and
thanked Almighty God for his mercies.

Let me at this point thank the Crusader and Man of God in Police Uniform, CP Chris Ezike for his prompt response to my distress letter. By this singular action, he has proved to be the CP of the down trodden. He is the CP of the less privileged and indeed the CP of the Voiceless in our society. CP Chris Ezike will do better if he visits all the detention centers (cells) inside the Imo Police Command Headquarters for one on one interaction with detainees.

Honestly, he would be shocked to his bone marrow to discover that 75% of so called suspects in those cells committed no crime whatsoever. Also, I am calling on the ebullient CP Chris Ezike to strictly ensure that those Armed Robbers, kidnappers, thieves, rogues, criminals and unscrupulous elements in Police Uniforms parading as Officers of the Special Armed Robbery Squad (SARS), Imo State Police Command are decisively dealt with, for throwing mud (potopoto) on the credibility and integrity of the Nigeria Police Force.

I do not have a gun, but I have the gun. I will continue to fight for the Voiceless in our society, so help me God.
I rest my pen.

Hon. Citizen (Dr) Ikenna Samuelson Iwuoha, FCAI MKDA
Former Senior Special Assistant on Media
Former Senior Special Assistant on Special Duties.
Imo State House of Assembly
Owerri--Imo State Nigeria
20th June, 2017.
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    (385) (Reply) (Go Down)Re: Few Pics From Imo State by abagoro(m):11:57pm On Feb
    13, 2015Orlu pictures from the city centre.
    1 LikeRe: Few Pics From Imo State by abagoro(m):12:00am
    On Feb 14, 2015More from Orlu city centre
    1 LikeRe: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:12:02am On Feb 14, 2015abagoro:
    Apart from the 305 school buildings modeled like the 1st pic, I
    noticed dozens of others modeled in green roofs and cream color.
    These 3 are Amakohia, Akwakuma and Njaba.
    Abagworo,I noticed heaps of dirts immediately you enter Owerri from Orlu at Akwakuma and Amakohia.
    ISEPA are not doing their job o!
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:05am On Feb 14, 2015At the end it is so
    wrong and wicked to lie that Okorocha only developed Owerri.
    More from Orlu city. The white building is located opposite the College of
    health. I have no idea what its meant for.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:09am On Feb 14, 2015Expanded Orlu-Owerri road at Mbaitoli
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:12:12am On Feb 14, 2015The while building should be a hospital or diagnostic
    centre. I didn’t even see it when I passed there.

    I think Okporo has benefitted a lot from Rochas’s government maybe due to the large availabilty of land.
    My community is the highest developing area in Orlu.

    A school of health sciences and the already existing Okporo housing
    estate and the ongoing construction of the Orlu township stadium.

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:
    13am On Feb 14, 2015Shots from Okigwe road. I picked up some interest in the
    design of the last building on Works layout. I guess it
    is either a Church or Event Center. The pedestrian bridge is IMSU junction.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by IGBOSON1:12:17am On Feb 14,
    2015berem:
    Port Harcourt road

    ^^^You happen to know who built that Port Harcourt road…..state or federal?

    It looks ok from the little i can see of it!
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by IGBOSON1:12:20am On Feb 14, 2015I swear down…if i could lay my hands on just one of those bastards defacing our towns with these ugly posters of their equally ugly candidates!

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by OdenigboAroli(m):12:21am On Feb 14, 2015Those legs…lol
    1 LikeRe: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:12:22am On Feb 14,
    2015IGBOSON1:

    ^^^You happen to know who built that Port Harcourt
    road…..state or federal? It looks ok from the little
    i can see of it!
    I didn’t go pass PH road via hospital road that leads to world bank.

    I don’t know the condition of the other parts of the road especially
    Imo axis but I heard the road is under rehabilitation
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:24am On Feb 14, 2015OdenigboAroli:
    Those legs…lol

    Seems tbe bearer is a bbw.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:29am On Feb 14,
    2015I will post more pictures in coming days.

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m):12:31am On Feb 14, 2015berem:
    I didn’t go pass PH road via hospital road that leads to world bank.

    I don’t know the condition of the other parts of the road especially
    Imo axis but I heard the road is under rehabilitation

    Its a federal road and in good condition from Owerri to Umuagwo.
    The bad part is mainly around Umuapu.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:12:35am On Feb 14, 2015Abagworo:

    Seems the bearer is a bbw.

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by mandax:12:37am On Feb 14,
    2015Cyberknight:
    For a change I have something to post because I have
    just come back to Lagos from Owerri. I usually try to go back every year at least once to show presence and check on the
    progress of the projects we are involved in. So I saw a new Owerri (for background let me state that even though I was born in Lagos, a wu
    m onye Owere, my father had a house and a business in Owerri and we used to visit every year in August and
    I am very, very familiar with the town). Now Owerri looks quite different from how it was the
    last time I was there in 2013. And of course it has changed very much from
    the sleepy old town I first became familiar with back in ’82 or so.

    There is quite a lot of impressive development in the New Owerri area; Rochas seems to have given up on Old Owerri, which now wears an abandoned look to me.
    I used to be able to drive around Owerri – now I dont know anywhere
    in New Owerri. So many hotels and bars and joints; my friends took me around some and I honestly can’t
    find my way back there again on my own (Oh,
    I visited the new Ibari Ogwa, I was most impressed to see what the owner has done with all the nkwobi money we used to drop back
    then in the late 90s or so on Tetlow!).

    I was distressed to see that the state library was demolished to make way for
    a structure of indefinite function. However, I was pleased
    to note that there are quite a number of new roads that have been opened up here and there
    which do make getting around quite easier. I found a new road from the airport running through my village straight to Ulakwo junction. Yes, its one of the so-called “China” roads, but at least we hope it will serve us for a while before it goes
    the way of all China products. We took a new road from Naze junction straight into Egbu Road or so; the seamless connection was lovely.

    Apart from the abandonment of Old Owerri, I cant really complain much about Rochas’ development, it does seem to lack focus and planning, to me
    Owerri now looks like Awka or Gusau (an old town that suddenly sprouted a lot of development
    due to status change, becoming a capital or something like that).
    Wetherell Road looks horrible now, rampant unchecked development with strange buildings springing up here and there.
    However, all in all, I suppose that the new roads everywhere are the best feature of the new arrangement,
    and I give him a pass mark there.

    If I were to be in Imo for the elections, I suppose I would vote
    for Rochas again. If only as the best of a bad lot (what I hear about Ihedioha gives
    me nightmares, and I didnt get the impression that Captain Ihenacho is running a serious campaign).
    He may b providing cosmetic “China” changes, but they are at least better than what
    the previous incumbents did.

    Just my penny n’afu.

    A true testimony of an Owerri man about Rochas huge development in Imo (Owerri).
    Significant that the testimony began and ended with Owerri –
    as if that’s all about Imo state. Anyhow, ORO shall win votes in Owerri for his development.
    LOL.

    If Rochas had given any where in Orlu zone about one-twentieth (1/20) of his development efforts in Owerri, any Orlu person that complains against Rochas must be branded an ingrate.

    For now, only Orlu talakawas who have never seen double lane
    roads and street light anywhere in Orlu zone before shall sing praises to Rochas govt development.

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:12:47am On Feb 14, 2015Rochas should please ban further
    construction of hotels in Owerri. Its getting annoying!

    I was really shocked to see young girls loitering around a bar I visited this evening looking for
    men for sex by standing beside any attractive car they see.

    Young pretty girls wasting their lives as prostitutes.

    I had to guard my man jealously till we zoomed off before they snatch him away from me this night when we were
    about leaving the bar. Those biitches ain’t smiling at all.

    2 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by OdenigboAroli(m):
    1:18am On Feb 14, 2015Abagworo:

    Seems tbe bearer is a bbw.

    Yea;na your sister naa.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Chiwude(m):5:13am On Feb 14, 2015berem:
    Owerri pictures coming soon….
    Berem’s photoshots are so crisp and clean. Finally Ada Imo ji aga mba has suddenly shut the mouths of doubters like Millionaireman and his
    ilks bent on discrediting the Igbo identity of this rugged female
    political lioness of our time. Also Berem, I envy your town Okporo so
    much? Virtually every major projects in Orlu zone like the new Orlu city stadium, Nursing school, High court and mini
    industrial cluster have their edifice there.

    2 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by amakenny:5:24am On Feb 14,
    2015berem:
    Rochas should please ban further construction of
    hotels in Owerri. Its getting annoying!
    I was really shocked to see young girls loitering around a bar I visited this evening looking for men for sex by standing
    on any attractive car they see.
    Young pretty girls wasting their lives as prostitutes.
    I had to guard my man jealously till we zoomed off before they snatch him away from me this
    night when we were about leaving the bar. Those biitches ain’t
    smiling at all.
    Some of those young girls would have been saved the ordeal of prostitution If Rochas Okorocha had actually meant to relocate IMSU to Ogboko.

    But Richas believed he was a smart Alec as he used his governatorial position to acquire huge land and
    buildings for his new IMo ,Europe universit
    3 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by Chiwude(m):5:24am On Feb 14,
    2015Abagworo:
    Shots from Okigwe road. I picked up some interest
    in the design of the last building on Works layout.
    I guess it is either a Church or Event Center. The pedestrian bridge is
    IMSU junction.
    Abagworo, the last time I visited Owerri I noticed how dirty the city
    has become. You would find heaps of refuse dump in almost every junction eg Amakohia.
    Why is ORO’s regime deviating from Ohakim’s clean and green policy?

    Why no strict punishment for enviromental offenders.

    1 Like 2 SharesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by Chiwude(m):5:33am On Feb 14, 2015amakenny:
    Some of those young girls would have been saved the ordeal of prostitution If Rochas Okorocha had actually meant to relocate IMSU to Ogboko.

    But Richas believed he was a smart Alec as he
    used his governatorial position anf large huge land and buildings as
    Honestly, Owerri as a capital has no business
    hosting five major higher institutions. When Rochas wanted to relocate
    IMSU to Orlu, Owerri people fought both tooth and nail to make sure it dosen’t
    materialize.
    2 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by Chiwude(m):5:46am On Feb 14, 2015abagoro:
    Present State of Umuaka. The road, the market and the
    roundabout. Okorocha is embarking on the ambitious
    project of a dual carriageway with streetlights from Owerri to Orlu.
    I respect him a lot for that.
    Umuaka (Now Akah City) is one town Rochas does not play with.
    My people are so in love with Owelle and he also, has reciprocrated that same love by giving the town a city status.
    The new shopping complex as well as the edifice of a road is a
    good testament to it.
    2 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by amakenny:5:55am On Feb 14, 2015Chiwude:
    Honestly, Owerri as a capital has no business hosting five major higher institutions.
    When Rochas wanted to relocate IMSU to Orlu, Owerri people fought both tooth and nail to
    make sure it dosen’t materialize.
    Okorocha na Fox. He never meant to transfer IMSU to Ogboko
    then . Okorocha played then to get land for his private university
    in Ogboko.
    2 LikesRe: Few Pics From Imo State by amakenny:6:
    01am On Feb 14, 2015Chiwude:
    Umuaka (Now Akah City) is one town Rochas does not play with.
    My people are so in love with Owelle and he also, has reciprocrated that same love
    by giving the town a city status. The new shopping complex as well
    as the edifice of a road is a good testament to it.
    Real. Umuaka shines now with new shopping complex. I remember one day passing Umuaka and seeing
    huge population protesting against ORO for taking over
    Umuaka market, they were carrying coffin and protesting against ORO
    for taking over the Umuaka market.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:7:14am On Feb 14,
    2015Chiwude:
    Berem’s photoshots are so crisp and clean. Finally Ada Imo ji aga mba has suddenly shut the mouths of doubters like Millionaireman and
    his ilks bent on discrediting the Igbo identity of this rugged
    female political lioness of our time. Also Berem, I envy your town Okporo
    so much? Virtually every major projects in Orlu zone like the new Orlu city stadium, Nursing school, High
    court and mini industrial cluster have their edifice there.

    Mazi Chiwude,am for ever grateful for acknowledging my efforts in making this thread alive with my
    contributions.
    I also thank Rochas for his massive development in Okporo.

    My people are really happy and will vote Rochas
    again

    Happy Valentine to you.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:7:22am On Feb 14, 2015amakenny:

    Real. Umuaka shines now with new shopping complex.
    I remember one day passing Umuaka and seeing huge
    population protesting against ORO for taking over Umuaka market, they
    were carrying coffin and protesting against ORO for
    taking over the Umuaka market.
    I also saw the shopping complex at Umuaka which is still
    ongoing. Umuaka has really changed. The massive health centre too at Ugwu Njaba near
    Okwudor is a magnificent edifice.
    Rochas di too much abeg! So much has been done between two years I visited last.

    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:7:32am On Feb 14, 2015oneeast:
    Donatus Emeka Okpara you are infested with HIV your pictures below speaks volume.

    Anuofia lere ele. I will retire you from NL..just mark my word.

    Jobless phone hawker, come let me employ into a decent job..

    I will haunt you until you commit suicide..

    So you still post pictures of nairalanders without their consent?
    I thought you must have retired from the madness? You don’t want to grow up okwa ya?

    Any attempt by you to stop that guy from posting on this thread by continuing posting
    his pictures,I will resume my e-fight with you and report you to those who it may
    concern.
    Leave that guy alone and stop intimidating him.
    Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Nobody:7:41am On Feb 14, 2015oneeast:

    You are a mere stupid Lagos who.re. Of course
    I don’t want to grow up for people like you and Donatus.
    I will haunt him until he jump into the Lagoon.

    How can I grow up when I have demented people like
    you, abwgoro and Donatus to cure?

    I am not ready to engage you in any conversation on this thread.
    I am only warning you to stop intimidating Emmy. Thank you!

    Back to topic

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