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Nigeria: Did Ambassador Wilfred Die Naturally Or Was Silenced To Cover Up Something?

 Nigeria: Did Ambassador Wilfred Die Naturally Or Was Silenced To Cover Up Something? Ambassador Wilfred It is no longer news that the Kenya...

 Nigeria: Did Ambassador Wilfred Die Naturally Or Was Silenced To Cover Up Something?

Ambassador Wilfred

It is no longer news that the Kenyan Ambassador to Nigeria, Wilfred Machage mysteriously died in Abuja on 19th February, 2022. But, the timing of his death, and the circumstances surrounding his dead is apparently what makes it mysterious and suspicious. Reports from Daily Post and Sahara Reporters says he slumped in his house, and was confirmed dead in an Abuja Hospital. Other Intel says he slumped after a meal in his abode.

Why did he die now that he has much more questions to answer about the extraordinary rendition of the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu? Why did he just slump and died without any signs? Could it be he was silenced from making the very becoming inevitable confession of what he know about Kanu's rendition?

Back in June 2021, during the life time of the now Late Ambassador Wilfred Machage, he had been accused by IPOB of conniving with, and aiding the Federal Government of Nigeria in the illegal rendition of the IPOB Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Recall that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was abducted in Kenya by the Nigeria Department Of State Services(DSS), tortured and extraordinarily renditioned to Nigeria on June 19, 2021. That is why IPOB, being an internationally recognized freedom movement, who understands what is obtainable in international extradition process, questioned the Kenyan government's participation in Kanu's ordeal. It was then suspected that the Nigeria government must have fine-turned this illegal exercise with Mr. Wilfred, who had been in Nigeria since 2018 as the Kenyan Ambassador. 

To make matters worst, Ambassador Wilfred Machage quickly rushed out in that June to outrightly deny that Nnamdi Kanu was abducted in Kenya, probably because he hoped that the Nigeria government would easily sweep the case under the carpet as they promised.

However, Nigeria failed to silence IPOB, and Nnamdi Kanu's legal team.

So, IPOB movement's persistency hung the heavy case chain on Kenya government's neck until Kenya admitted recently that Kanu was actually abducted in their country, but there is no extradition warrant showing that he was legally renditioned. Kenyan government went on to say that the documentations from their immigration sector reveals that Nnamdi Kanu arrived Kenya and is supposed to still be in Kenya till now, as no signatures of him exiting the country was recorded.

Apparently, Ambassador Wilfred Machage was unavoidably about to explain what he know to the world, regarding how Nnamdi Kanu found himself in Nigeria, which he had earlier denied that it is from Kenya. More so as Kenya government is trying to wash their hands of the delicate case. But suddenly, he meets his untimely death at age 65 after having a meal in his abode, according to some intels.

Everyone knows what the Cabals in Nigeria Aso-Rock can do, especially regarding this case of extraordinary rendition of Nnamdi Kanu, which they are desperately trying their possible best to close every loopholes that might possibly reveal their tracks to the international bodies. Could they have poisoned Ambassador Wilfred to prevent him from revealing the truth?

These are petinent questions that mostly needs to be asked by Kenyan government, because silence from them will mean that they truly have hands in the extraordinary rendition of the IPOB leader and more sadly, in the murder of their own ambassador.

This should as well serve as lesson to all that are enemies of the truth that Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB stands for. The dirty contract that Ambassador Wilfred signed has sent him to his early grave, and none others of the remaining collaborator in this dirty deal will go unpunished.

Written by Ifeanyi Chibueze James

Edited by Ogah C S Maduabuchi

For Family Writers Press International.


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