Enugu Slavery To Have A Public Hearing
In a way to rectify the slavery crisis in Alor Uno in Nsukka Local Government Area, the Enugu State government has set up a panel that will conduct a public hearing on the issues on August 3rd, 2016.
Mrs Sylvia Onwuemelie, the Chairman of he panel released a statement saying that the public inquiry would hold in Enugu at 10 in the morning at the Conference hall of the Ministry of Rural Development.
Report says that about six months ago, two men from Ugbebe were killed with machete by suspected Ejuona people, and not only that the people of Ugbene in Alor Uno Local Government Area has been treated and called slaves by of Ejuona people.
The cause of that death that the two men from Ugbene as passing through a road reserved for the Aborigines and for that they deserved to die/
The incident stirred up conflicts between this two people which resulted to several attacks, burning down of homes and vehicles in the bot communities.
The Governor of Enugu state, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi lamented on the issue and said they were fighting over a tiresome and irrelevant issues.
He urged the people to be smart and learned to stay together as one and not fighting and killing themselves