Watch The Moment Villagers Buried Man Alive Because Of Politics (Video)
TRAGEDY struck in the village of Alor. Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State after a man was allegedly buried alive by the elders of his community.
The reason for this act of lawlessness was not determined as of the time of filing this report but from the video, the man who recorded the incident and one other village chief can be heard saying that the victim identified as Emeka Olisa Igbonwa was given six months to repent and turn a new leaf but he bluntly refused.
He who refuses to hear the words of his brothers, he should be prepared to bear the consequences of his actions.
He was given six months to repent but he bluntly refused to change.
If you look very well you will see that the elders of okebuneri is here, our tittled men are here, our Chiarman is here even our village youths are here too. Okebuneri as a village, we don’t take shit in alor.
At this point, the man who recorded the video engaged another elder identified as Ichie Ngene in a conversation.
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The conversation ensued;
Recorder: Ichie Ngene, we greet you, as you can see, they are covering the earth, we are doing what we all agreed collectively. We even gave him six months of grace to see if he will repent but he refused, saying whatever that will happen tomorrow, let it happen today is that not what he said? To this the whole villagers respond with a yes answer.
Please I have asked this question before, Ngene nke izizi who ruled for 19, am responsible for his death? The villagers responded, no. He continued. If I’m the one that killed him, let it be well with Olisa for his actions. But if I don’t have anything to do with his death, and Olisa out of jealousy took the tile of Ichie Ngene when am still alive, I’m saying Olisa, today, one man can never be bigger than his people, we need to be cautious so that this will not claim people’s lives, this is what we agreed years ago, since 2018. This law was made irrespective of any individual.