Market demolition: Somtochukwu Ibeanusi Memory Lives On


Imo state Governor Rochas Okorocha, has stated that its government will immortalise Douglas Road after the 10-year-old Somtochukwu Ibeanusi who lost his life during Eke Ukwu Market demolition and relocation on August 26. asics pas cher Okorocha said that any other building to be erected on the site of the demolished market would also be named after the deceased. Bo Jackson Auburn Jerseys Nike Free Rn Flyknit Uomo

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I will honour him by naming Douglas Road after his name. Nevada Wolf Pack Jerseys I have liberated Owerri indigenes from a wicked clique made up of few families in the area who have held the people captive for many years.” The governor said that the boy’s death was still confusing as he died in Mbaise Road while the demolition took place in Douglas Road. Air Jordan 2 (II) Fjallraven Kanken Mini He said that irrespective of the circumstances of the child’s demise, Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Classic the present government would still give the deceased his due respect by immortalising him. Jordan Hydro 5 Okorocha said that the immortalisation was necessary since Ibeanusi died the same day Owerri residents were liberated. Kånken Laptop 15 nike air max femme pas cher The state government on Aug. AIR MAX LD-ZERO Nike Air Max 1 męskie białe 26 began the demolition of Eke Ukwu Market in the state capital.