Okpe APC Chairman Continues to Languish in Cell As Pregnant Wife Cries Out for Help

Faith Egbo

Please release my Husband, pregnant woman cries out 

A pregnant woman and mother of five children, including a university undergraduate and KG1 pupil, Mrs , has appealed to the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan and the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, to help beg  Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege to release her husband, Richard Egbo, from Police detention at Asaba, Delta State.

Mrs Faith Egbo, a teacher and resident of No. 8 Friday Ani Street, Off Ovie Palace Road, Effurun in Delta State, told Journalist in an emotionally laden voice, that her husband, Mr Richard Egbo, who is the All Progressives Congress, APC Chairman for Okpe Local Government Area, was arrested Thursday, February 28 at the Police ‘A’ Division, Sapele on the orders of DSP. Ovie Omo-Agege.

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According to her, the Okpe Local Government Area APC Chairman honoured the invitation of the Police with a clear conscience, only for him to be detained on the ground that Senator Omo-Agege, instructed through a petition that he returns the Toyota Corolla Car he gave him earlier as empowerment or be apprehended.

The Toyota Corolla Car was allegedly bought in the name of Mr Richard Egbo, was among eight Toyota Corolla Cars, Tricycles, Bikes and Grinding Machines, the Delta Central Senator gave out sometime in August 2019 as part of his empowerment programme.

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Mrs Egbo, who expressed her readiness to handover the car to APC,  if he releases her husband.

The  expectant mother said, efforts to move her husband to Zone 5 Police Headquarters in Benin City, Edo State, from the Police ‘A’ Division in Sapele on Monday, March 2, with a view to getting bail via court process, was frustrated and purportedly  transferred to the Police Headquarters, Asaba.



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