A civil society or­ganisation, Coali­tion against Crime (CAC) has called on the acting Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris to arrest a Lagos-lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye to ex­plain his role in the con­troversial disappearance of an Abuja-based woman, Charity Aiyedogbon.
National Coordinator of the group, Harrison Pepple, who made the call while addressing news­men in Abuja, expressed reservation over the in­ability of the police to ar­rest Mr. Ugwuonye on the matter, arguing that he has some questions to answer.
Emeka Ugwuonye, a Lagos-based lawyer had claimed that he has evi­dence that the woman is dead and was murdered. He has severally posted on his Facebook group, Due Process Advocates (DPA) and other social media platforms that the woman is dead. He also posted a photograph of a dead person, some parts of whose body was dismem­bered.
In one of his posts, he wrote, and I quote him: “I now have overwhelm­ing evidence that Mr. David Aiyedogbon killed his wife, Chacha. David has an idea of the kind of evidence at my disposal.” “How can police be look­ing for a missing person and someone says he has a clue and he has not been invited or arrested for ex­planations?”
In another post, Ug­wuonye said, and I quote: “This is the headless and dismembered body of Charity Aiyedogbon (posting a corpse on his Facebook).” - The Authority