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Uche Nwosu A Suspected Criminal, Trying to Shut me down – Ughalaa alleges


Uche Nwosu A Suspected Criminal, Trying to Shut me down – Ughalaa alleges

Owerri based media practitioner, Sir Collins Chibueze Ughalaa KSC, have knocked Mr Uche Nwosu, the son-in-law to former Imo governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha, yet again, this time alleging that Uche Nwosu was trying to shut him up by all means, even if it means taking his life.

Ughalaa made this known in a publication on his Facebook page, where he accused supporters of the former governorship candidate of the Action Alliance AA, of manufacturing blackmail against his person, and even going to the extent of publishing his obituary.

Recall that Ughalaa and Nwosu have dragged each other to court, with Nwosu who initiated the court action, claiming defamation of character against Ughalaa and Ughalaa in turn alleging that Nwosu was trying to extort ₦350million from him.

Ughalaa’s latest attack at Nwosu reads as follows:

“UCHE NWOSU, the Criminal Suspect, wants to shut me up by all means. If it means taking my life, he would do so.

“Yesterday his lawyer was running kitikiti in court filing papers against me. That’s not enough for them.

“About two weeks ago, one of his “girls” called Duru Emmanuella posted on Facebook that I poisoned my older brother and he died and was buried on December 29, 2021. My only older is still in Lagos doing his business.

“This morning, one Dike Faith posted on Facebook 👇👇👇👇👇that I committed suicide and would be quietly buried in a cemetery in Owerri.

“If I died by any means, would Uche Nwosu’s untrained hirelings be the ones to announce my obituary? Don’t I have a family? That’s how far their mischief can take them.

“The shameless criminal suspect, Uche Nwosu, thinks that he could shut me up with this useless method.

“But I have few words for the criminal suspect: You’re in for a rude shock.

“All the nonsense Mallam Emeka Ihedioha’s hirelings did, they have not been able to shut me up. If they can’t Uche Nwosu can’t.”

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