Here’s what the lawyer posted on DPA’s Facebook page.
“HOW THE SEARCH FOR CHACHA TOOK STRANGE TURNS AND HER FRIENDS TURN OUT NOT TO BE FRIENDS AFER ALL
When the fight for Chacha started, it appeared that Chacha had some friends who were ready to support the effort to find justice for her. One of such Chacha friends was Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie. She published extensively, apparently searching for justice for Chacha. Then she seemed to be an ally of DPA. However, as the fight got to a cricial, Ms. Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie took a surprising turn and accused me of being the person that killed or disappeared Chacha.
However, the world has not been totally unaware of how Viola changed. One of those who have observed Viola wrote as follows in a very instructive and most powerful expression of an irony:
“A few weeks ago, VIOLA IFEYINWA OKOLIE posted on facebook that her landlord was stressing her wit rent increase. Today, she is no longer complaining and is now in America? Hmmm, where did d money suddenly come from to settle d increased rent nd even travel. And she said Cha Cha iz her friend????? She even posted today in het comments dat Barr Emeka iz d suspect while david aiyedogbon is d complainant????? I had to tell het dat switching charges does not change facts. Her support of david aiyedogbon to d extent dat she had d effontery to joke about him having a big manhood in a murder case reveals her true mind. I repeat, she must have been envying Cha Cha for a very long time. Hmmm, we dey look..,,”
Note: The lesson to learn from the Chacha’s case is a very long and unending one. To Ms. Viola I must say: No, Ma’am, I am not a suspect. I was in America when it all happened. I hurried back to Nigeria to lead DPA in the search for justice for Chacha. The fact that the people I accused were able to use the police to arrest me and detain me does not mean that the world would forget what happened.