Mrs. Aiyedogbon an Abuja-based business woman and mother of four, was last seen on May 9th, 2016. Yesterday, pictures of a decapitated and mutilated female body believed to be hers were released on the web, but authorities are keeping silent as to whether the body is hers or not.
This unusual silence has prompted Emeka Ugwuonye, the founder of The Due Process Advocates (DPA) to conduct this mass electronic protest.
Read his statement below…
THE MOTHER OF ALL PROTESTS – DEMANDING THAT THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE INVESTIGATE THE DISAPPEARANCE AND APPARENT DEATH OF MRS. CHARITY AIYEDOGBON
Exactly by 10:00am on Tuesday, 28th June, 2016, all members of DPA and all lovers of justice shall flood the phone numbers of the Inspector General of Police, the Deputy Inspectors General of Police, the Assistant Inspectors General of Police, the Commissioner of Police for Abuja, the Police Public Relations Officer with text and voice messages demanding as follows:
“That the Nigerian police seriously investigate the disappearance and apparent death of Mrs. Charity Aiyedogbon: That the police retrieve and take possession the headless and dismembered body of a woman described as Mrs. Aiyedogbon’s for necessary forensic tests: That the police examine the role of Mr. David Aiyedogbon in the fate that befell his wife as part of a homicide investigation”.
I shall post the relevant phone numbers of the above listed leaders of the Nigerian police force. And I use this opportunity to request anybody who knows the phone numbers to forward same to me by inbox.
Please await the final go-ahead instruction by 9:45am. The protest shall start from 10:00am and continue until there is clear evidence that the Nigerian police command is ready to seriously investigate this case.