The Special Adviser to the Lagos State Governor on Drainage and Water Resources, Joe Ogbokwe has called on the Federal Government to investigate the activities of the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) for circulating false information in the South Eastern part of the Country.
It could be recalled that HURIWA had alleged that about 10 Students of the Abia State University were kidnapped.
The Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu debunked the claims of the NGO stating that no student was kidnapped.
Igbokwe reacted to the false claim by posting in his Social Media Page that the NGO is spreading false information and also accusing the President of Killing IPOB/ESN .
He further stated that HURIWA is a fake and irresponsible NGO that is working with terrorist groups in the Region.
He concluded that they have been involved in the act of causing hatred, division and conflict in Nigeria for a long time as such they should be investigated by Security Agencies.
Below is what he posted;
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