Nigeria: Mass grave discovered in Anambra, subject to forensic investigation

Nigeria: Mass grave discovered in Anambra, subject to forensic investigation

By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria

Mrs. Bianca Ojukwu, Mrs. Dimu Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, wife of the late Mr. Ikemba Nnewi, who pointed out this discovery, also said that the Anambra Truth, Justice and Peace Commission appointed by Governor Chukwuma Soludo also said that over 322 people were killed. He said he discovered something. They remain in the state due to insecurity caused by violence.

Although he did not mention the location of the mass grave, the former Nigerian ambassador to Spain called the situation alarming.

She said: “We live in worrying and frightening times.”

“The Anambra Truth, Justice and Peace Commission has concluded its second phase of public hearings.” Our committee, headed by Professor Chidi Odinkalu, examined a total of 39 witnesses who testified under oath and 243 pieces of evidence were collected during the trial.

“The Committee also met with 31 petitioners, including 11 organizations, 19 communities, and one individual, during a marathon session that lasted from October 26 to November 3. Approximately 322 people have been confirmed killed or killed in the violence, as witnessed by witnesses, but a significant number are still missing or their fates still unknown.

“Eighteen people were positively identified as missing or missing.”

During the course of the proceedings, the Commission learned of the gruesome discovery of the mass grave through witness statements.

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