I’m Now Alone — Husband Of Woman Killed With Four Children By IPOB

i'm now alone — husband of woman killed with four children by ipob
i’m now alone — husband of woman killed with four children by ipob

Jubril Ahmed, the husband of the pregnant woman and her four children who were murdered by the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Terrorist, stated that he is still traumatised.

Jubril, a security guard in the state of Anambra, told Journalist that his wife was nine months pregnant and that the family was expecting a child within a week when they were murdered.

He stated, “They were returning home after she had visited her sister in the neighbouring town. The fact that she and the four children wore hijabs prompted the gunman to target them.

“As we speak, I am in the process of recovering their bodies. I will utilise the documentation provided by the police to collect the bodies. I am currently in the mortuary, where they are demanding N30,000 before they can release the bodies of my family members.

“My hope is to transport the deceased to Ganye Local Government Area in Adamawa State in order to bury them, as the cemetery used by the Arewa community is already full.

Jibril identified his deceased wife as Harira Jibril, age 32, and their four children as Fatima, age 9, Khadijah, age 7, Hadiza, age 5, and Zaituna, age 2.

“I am now alone; they have eliminated my entire family. “I am so terrified and traumatised that the government must take action,” said Jibril.

The leader of the Hausa community in Orunba South, Sarki Kabiru Bakari, reported to Daily Trust that the victims’ bodies were retrieved Tuesday evening.

He stated, however, that plans to bury them in their hometown in Adamawa had been scrapped since the corpses were not properly cared for in the mortuary and could not survive the journey to the North.

“We have agreed to bury them on Wednesday at Awka” (today). The morgue attendant did not treat the corpses, and no preservation measures were taken; therefore, we cannot transport the corpses because they have already begun to decompose. We have no choice but to transport them to Awka and bury them there,” he explained.

Bakari stated that security men had been dispatched to the area and that the police commissioner of Anambra State had visited them and assured them of swift action.

“However, following the burial of the victims, we will all go to our hometown in the north, as we are no longer secure here.” “Once he has buried his family, the husband of the woman will return to Adamawa, where he currently works as a security guard,” he stated.

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