Assassins Are After My Life – Maritime Agency Staff Cries OutLatest News, News Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
Agabus Pwanagba, Jos
A staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr. Auta Walbe has raised alarm that his life is in danger crying out that assassins have been trailing him with the aim of terminating his life.
This is according to a memo addressed to the Inspector General of Police and as well as the Cross Rivers and Plateau States Commands of the Nigerian police, and made available to African Examiner in Jos on Tuesday.
The memo partly reads: “The hired assassins follow me about any where I go I see them in my residence at 3rd Avenue, state housing estate Calabar. One day I took a taxi to take me home, they traced me from Atekong junction down to the state housing estate, when I noticed them, I asked the taxi driver to drive straight to a police Station nearby, that was how I escaped them that night.”
“They have called me several times with various phone lines threatening to terminate my life anytime they get me. They had one time traced me to Jos. They also followed me when I was returning to Calabar.
“It is God that have been protecting me, I would have been dead by now.”
He called on the inspector general of police to investigate the threat to his life and they would find out that it is real and all efforts should be made to protect him.
He added that: “I have written memos to the department of security services and commissioner of police in Jos and Calabar, but nothing serious was done to scare the people trailing me, I’m scared, I need protection before they get me down.
“The police were able to confirmed that all the mobile phone lines the assassins have been using in calling me could not be traced on any network because the lines were not registered with the service providers.
“Presently I am in a hideout, I am not safe any where, I need security men to be attached to me to enable me move freely and return to my work place in Calabar”.
Mr Walbe, who is a native of Kanke local government, Plateau state is currently serving at the NIMASA office in Calabar.
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