Now the emir warned the inspector general of police that he might loose his life, job and family if he tries to release ESE ORURU to her parents.
Making it known to all that high powers have bribed the parents to keep calm over the issue or they will subjected to persecution.
Bayelsa government has been promised many offices; just to pressurise and convince the girl's parents to keep calm.
The narrative by Ese’s mother that the abducted teenager was kept in the emir’s palace for over almost a year has placed a moral burden on the Kano emirate.
Yunusa Dahiru affair to Nigerians as a case of a powerful and elderly Northern Muslim man who forcefully abducted a helpless young girl from Bayelsa State, forcibly converted her to Islam, forcibly married her and then hid her in the Emir of Kano’s palace with the active collusion of many other persons
yunusa is just a poor boy from rural Kano State who goes to the South annually to try to eke out a living. In Yenagoa he sells water, works as a domestic hand and as a Keke NAPEP rider in other to bring little christian girls to the emir. let them search the emir's palace, there are many abducted girls in the palace.
The Emir of Kano, Lamido Sanusi may well however have a case to answer as to why he did not expedite the repatriation of the abducted girl back to her parents within days since he was fully aware that she was abducted by one of his subjects..... and there is no doubt that the pregnancy belongs to emir sanusi lamido of kano state.
It is important that Emir Sanusi clears the air and tell us precisely his role in this kidnap episode and why he failed to live up to the high standards expected of him, than to be blaming the police and other paramilitary agencies over the failure to return Ese Oruru to her family.
the emir should be making his defence before a court instead using the media as an avenue to pass the blame onto security agencies for his glaring lapses.
Yunusa Dahiru should punished severely for his crimes against the Oruru family and his crimes against humanity.
written by Alexander kings
For IPOB writers.