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March 16, 2013

Dr Alban, Charlyboy's Cousin And Fellow Musician, Joins Him In Mourning Over Their Cousin, Emeka Aseme, That Was Brutally Murdered With His Vital Organs Yanked Out. :(

Charles Oputa aka Charlyboy/Area Fada

Update on the story about Charlyboy's cousin, Mr Emeka Aseme, that was brutally murdered. When I blogged the story very early this morning, the details I had were sparse, as all I had to go by then was Charlyboy's BB broadcast. Please click here to read the story if you missed it. More facts have emerged since then about the gruesome killing, so please read the post below.

Emeka Aseme, a business tycoon and a hotelier who is also Charlyboy’s cousin was kidnapped during a visit to his 5-Star hotel in Oguta, Imo state on February 24.
According to reports, Aseme’s family was in touch with the kidnappers who asked for a N8m ransom and its said the family paid it.

However, on March 9, the kidnappers contacted Aseme’s younger brother and instructed him to go to Okwonji, a community between Owerri and Oguta.

He left for the destination anticipating to bring his brother home, he found his brother but not alive. His decomposing body was found in a bush path, with his sexual organ, eyes and the heart plucked out.

Charlyboy said: “I have never seen a thing like this since I grew up in Oguta. This is extreme barbarism. How can a man be so callous to his fellow-man to the extent of removing different parts of his body until he finally gave up? This is unheard of. What is this country turning to? What era is this?  As far as I know, no evil doer will go unpunished. Every evil committed by man to man must surely be redressed, if not now, certainly later, if not by man, then by God, for the victory of evil over good is temporary. We are waiting for the outcome of police investigation. After then, we will take the campaign to Oguta. We must agitate for peace. The peace that has eluded us must be returned. We are not known for this.” 

Dr. Alban

Also in a telephone interview according to Daily Post reports said Swedish based musician, Dr. Alban spoke from Sweden over the death of his cousin, Emeka Aseme.

 “It does not have to be my cousin, anybody killed is horrible. It’s sad that we now kill ourselves like chickens and goats. Security wise, Nigeria is not safe. Where are the police? What’s the government doing to curb this menace of killings here and there? Security is deteriorating day by day. Imagine, just yesterday, the whole Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos was reportedly invaded by some armed robbers, and they escaped unharmed. How safe is a country where robbers, kidnappers, and militants are always on rampage with no prompt response from the leadership? Security wise, those of us overseas are handicapped. We are not there; hence we cannot make much input. Who is even ready to listen when some of us with great ideas are willing to offer free of charge? It’s not that the government doesn’t know what to do, but why are they silent over this? This is a one million question, and the answer doesn’t seem to be on sight. I have never really met with Jonathan, but it is certain, he needs good advisers around him.”“Another question is who supplies guns to people in Nigeria? How do people get military uniforms for operation? What are the laws in place against those caught impersonating military officers, and on military uniforms? What happens to someone caught carrying gun? These are laws that could be made, and would not cost us money. Tell me why after the Delta state House of Assembly passed a law on anti-kidnapping, the Governor refused to sign it into law? This is part of what we are talking about. It’s sad.”Alban reportedly said he didn’t mind collaborating with Nigerians in Diaspora to begin a campaign against violence, but the fear that a campaign like that could be hijacked for the wrong reasons scared him. “That is how Boko Haram was hijacked; the same is applicable to Niger Delta Militants and a host of others.”

Click to read the rest of the report and view more photos on Daily Post.

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