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After Paying N60,000 For Bail Young Man Disappears From Police Cell

A poor farmer has cried out to the public for help after her son who has been in Police cell suddenly disappeared after she paid N60,000 for his release from detention.

While speaking in an exclusive interview with Saturday PUNCH, 38-year-old Wuche Ajuru, an indigene of Ndele community in Emohua LGA of Rivers state, opened up on how her 23-year-old son, who was arrested by the police on September 28, 2016, “for being in possession of N49,000”, suddenly disappeared from Rumuji police cell in Emohua.

The woman who said she is always depressed each time she remembers her son, explained that she was initially optimistic that her innocent son, Happiness Ajuru, would be released when a member of the community, she identified as Okechukwu Eleonu, collected the sum of N60,000 from her, which was paid on her behalf for her son’s bail. Eleonu is the same man who reported her son to the police before his arrest.

While sisclosing that the sum of N5,000 had earlier been paid to the police through Eleonu to fuel their (police) vehicle, the woman who described herself as a poor farmer, added that Eleonu told her that the N60,000 bail money would be handed over to the then Divisional Police Officer of Rumuji Police Station, whose name could not be ascertained.

It was gathered that the said DPO had since been transferred to Edo State allegedly because of the disappearance of the young Ajuru from the Rumuji police cell. The woman has on her own visited many prisons in Rivers and Bayelsa states to look for his son but they were to no avail.

Unfortunately, the police have offered her no explanation on what happened to her son. She further said that the Investigating Police Officer, simply identified as Akpante, was at a point arrested and detained for two weeks in connection with her missing son, while the matter was transferred to Zone 6, Calabar in Cross River State.

The woman stated that she became more frightened when she saw William, one of the policemen at Rumuji Police Station wearing the pair of slippers her son wore the day he was arrested.

“My son’s name is Happiness Ajuru and he was arrested at Ogbakri Junction. He had the sum of N49,000 and also his mobile phone with him when he was arrested. Mr. Okechukwu Eleonu, sometime ago, reported my son to the police.My son told me that Eleonu was indebted to him to the tune of N200,000. One of my husband’s brothers, Mr. Ohaka, who is a policeman, came with me to know why my son was arrested and he later learnt that my son was innocent.

“I was even involved in a road accident while searching for my son. The IPO in charge of my son’s matter, Mr. Akpante, was arrested and detained on the orders of the commissioner of police in the state for two weeks when my son could not be found. The matter was later moved to Zone 6, Calabar.

“I am a farmer; I borrowed the N60,000 I gave to Okechukwu Eleonu for the release of my son. Okechukwu Eleonu is not a policeman, but he is close to the then DPO of Rumuji Police Station in Emohua. My son is innocent, my son is not a cult member, but I paid N60,000 to bail somebody, who the police had already confirmed innocent.

“I don’t know that in this country, if a person is mistakenly arrested, money will be paid to bail him. My problem is not the N60,000 that I paid to bail my son; I am crying every day because the police cannot even tell me where my son is till now.

“I was 15 years old when I gave birth to Happiness. I feel seriously sad that I cannot see my son after I spoke with him at that police station. Another policeman known as William (also attached to Rumuji Police Station) boasted when I met him that they would kill me the way they killed my son. Surprisingly, it is this same William that was wearing my son’s slippers, which I bought for him sometime ago. My son was wearing those slippers when he was arrested by the police,” Mrs.Ajuru recalled.

She, however, called on the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, to prevail on the Rumuji Police Station to tell the world what happened to her son.

According to her, “I want the Inspector General of Police to look into this matter. If they have killed my son, let them release his corpse to me or show me where they buried him. The government must consider my plight and look into this matter.”

Source:- Punchng


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