Uzokwe making the pronouncement at the Aba Prisons when she was at the facility to perform a statutory jail delivery activity also said that Miss Chinweolu’s surety with a verifiable address would deposit a like sum and a passport. The CJ who urged the Department for Public Prosecution (DPP) to ensure that nothing truncates the trial of Chinweolu and other suspects after information got to her that the family was planning out of court settlement over a matter she described as an act of wickedness by people that were supposed to be protecting their half brothers. She, however, directed that the minor be kept at the Port Harcourt Reformative Home until the bail condition was met since there wasn’t any facility of such in Abia State to keep her. The Nation learnt that Chinweolu’s brother identified as Chibuike who is also a minor got a similar bail condition at the Umuahia Prisons when the Abia CJ had gone to the facility to perform a similar function. The investigation by our reporter reveals that around the second quarter of 2017, Chinweolu’s elder sister identified as Queen Friday (who is in prison custody) and Chibuike purportedly kidnapped and sold their step-brothers within the age brackets of 2 and 3years respectively to unknown persons. Information has it that one of the children (3years) was miraculously found while wandering around Omoba in Isiala Ngwa, while the younger brother is still missing at the time of filing this report. Chiamaka who cried throughout the jail delivery exercise denied having knowledge that her elder sister was planning to sell their step-brothers. Hon. Uzokwe who at the jail delivery also granted N500, 000 bail to two other 17year-olds; Wisdom Onyekachukwu and Prince Uchenna and their sureties in like sums respectively equally granted N500, 000 bail to one Afoke Osuku, 16years old caught stealing cell phones during the burial of Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s mother-in-law. Osuku and other members of his syndicate who escaped arrest were said to have come from Delta State to carry out their act at the burial.]]>
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