Mrs. Christisna Nnatuanya, the widow of Linus Nnatuanya, who allegedly died in the custody of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Awkuzu, Anambra, says she is embarrassed that she can’t show her seven children the grave of their dad.
Nnatuanya who affirmed at the Judicial Panel of Inquiry (JPI) on SARS exercises in Awka on Tuesday said her better half was arrested at Ogbaru zone of Anambra in January 2007 without a warrant.
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She said she was unable to see her significant other until around six days when someone revealed to her that the police workforce arrested a few people in the territory.
Christian said she later discovered her better half in a SARS cell at Awkuzu.
She said her perished spouse revealed to her he was arrested on the allegation that he was an individual from the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB).
“The warmth and smell was a lot and my better half was sensitive to warm. So they said I should proceed to bring N400,000, however, I didn’t have it. I later raised N40,000 and on arriving, they said he had been moved to Abuja.
“It was one man by the name Ugochukwu Eze from Ebonyi who was arrested with him that disclosed to me that my better half had kicked the bucket in SARS cell; from that point forward, all endeavors to see him or his cadaver have fizzled.
“Individuals mock me that my significant other passed on in SARS cell and there is no grave where I can point at where he was rushed. In the event that no one but they can show me where they covered him, I can take the sand home for entombment,” she said.
The applicant said the board should grant pay of N50 million to her and her children to pad the agony of the misfortune and that the officials who were liable for her better half’s passing be brought to book.
Accordingly, SP Innocent Obi, of the Legal Department of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) Anambra, said there was no record identified with the issue with the Police and implored the board to decide that there was no encroachment with respect to the Police.
Hon. Justice Veronica Umeh, Chairman of the board said examination would proceed on the issue.* TEXT ADS**
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