Again, Abonita Cocoa Estate Landlord Accuses Ayade's Aide Of Threat To Life Over Cocoa Plantation.


Governor Ben Ayade's adviser on cocoa development and control, Oscar Ofuka has been accused of threat to life. 

Mark Prince Mbu who claims to be  landlord of the Abonita Cocoa estate in Etung LGA also fingered Mr. Ofuka in a the death of a 17 year old boy, alledging that he sponsored the assailants that Invaded his house, burnt down his property and killed the young boy. 

According to Mr Mbu, "the assailants, led by a police officer called Williams and one other person popularly called Chilos, Invaded my apartment within the Cocoa estate in Etung LGA, shooting everything in sight. They said they were looking for me, to cut my head and take to Oscar Ofuka. I had to run away with my wife to save my dear life and that of my family"

Mbu said when the assailants could not see him they had to deal with his little cousin. " When they realised I had escape and while the little boy who stays with me tried to also escape, they shot at him and set the house on fire. After about two hours of their evil operation, when they became fraustrated over their inability to lay hands on me, they threw the young boy into the fire"

He said the remains of the boy has been deposited at the mortuary. 

This is not the first time Mr Mbu would accused the governor's aide over the ownership of Abonita Cocoa estate. While Mbu claims the estate is an inheritance handed over to him by his late father, Dr. Ofuka has continued to maintain that the estate is a state government property. 

Calls put through to Dr Ofuka could not connect, while an SMS sent to his phone was not responded to at the time of filling this report.

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