BREAKING: Cubana Group After My Life, Family, Enugu Journalist Cries Out
An Enugu based journalist and publisher of
The Publisher of everydaynewsngr.net, Prince Petrus Obi has cried out alleging attempt on his life by the Cubana group.
This is following a recent attack by some hoodlums which affected the Cubana Club in Enugu among others.
The group in a text message
threatened to teach the publisher who is resident in Enugu State, that they’re is not ones to play around with, hence reporting the attack which also disrupted activities at the relaxation centre.
The group in their text message to the Journalist, also threatened to attack the family of the publisher.
The short message service, they called the publisher names and gave him 24 hours timeline or he will face their wrath.
“I give u 24hours to bring down that useless fake post of urs.. u think u are playing wit a small group .. if after 24hrs u will show the court wit evidence ur useless post.. is ur family that will be attacked ..useless jobless man. 24hrs and u will know what Cubana group is made of.”
Their Unguided Statements
Reacting, Prince Obi said he has “decided to alert the police, other security Agencies about the threat to my life.
“I also wish to bring the attention of the state government to this imported threat.
“The language of the text message is very clear and shows the kind of people we are dealing with. What stops a man who is sure of himself from approaching the courts rather than seek self help.
“The person called threatening fire and brimstone. Next he decided to send the message. Let’s see whether he will kill the entire journalists in Nigeria. I will always stand by the truth. No threat will change the truth.”
Famousreporters.com gathered from Journalists 101, l that the attackers disrupted commercial activities in the area.
While operators of Point Of Sale (POS) were robbed and dispossessed of their mobile phones, attempt to enter into the premises was resisted (which was what EverydayNews reported) but those at the entrance scampered for safety.