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But they were the ones which Okonweze had dispatched to Benin to achieve the mutineers Midwest objectives. Since Ejoor had ordered their immediate return, they were travelling back to Apankwa barracks. But the top government functionaries mistakenly thought the feared reprisals from the barracks was about to begin. Making vaguely reassuring noises, I left them soon afterwards but returned almost at once in response to another telephone request from the Chief Justice. Towards the midnight, the acting commissioner of police, Mr J. Okocha, arrived at the house with two Land Rovers containing armed police and with this escort, Sir Louis and Lady Mbanefo left somewhat hurriedly….
We next called on the commissioner of police. He was weary and anxious. He seemed certain of an explosion. He was surprised Gabriel Okonweze was not the one who answered the phone but David Ejoor. According to the coup script, at that time, hungry worms supposed to be convening over the decomposing carcass of Ejoor and feast as they were doing to the others dead. Nzeogwu then asked Ejoor to confirm whether he was loyal to the Revolution or against it. Ejoor answered he was loyal to Ironsi and the government of Nigeria. He then asked Ejoor if he wanted to go on air to that effect. Ejoor banged the phone on him.
He did not feel the least answerable to a Major even as reports confirmed that they had killed Brigadier Ademulegun and his deputy Col Shodeinde, and Nzeogwu had become the de facto Brigadier and King of North. Ejoor then tried to update Ironsi in Lagos. It was Gowon the centripetal force behind stamping down the mutiny who came on line. And they had both escaped easy death by refusing the rooms Ifeajuna allocated to them. Gowon told him he had been in touch with Major Madiebo and other loyal but passive forces in Kaduna and they told him Nzeogwu was trying to mobilise other mutineers to attack the South and finish the job. Gowon wanted Ejoor to also secure the East against Northern aggression.
Quick, Ejoor began troop and equipment mobilisation and defensive fortifications. According to Ejoor, all the places he asked troops to be placed, his 2ice Okonweze negated them all. It was then Ejoor said he concluded his 2ice was certainly with the mutineers.
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To eliminate Ejoor without enhancing mutiny in the barracks, they had fed false news to Mrs Chude-Sokei about the whereabouts of her husband. They asked her to go to the police commissioner whom they had already connived with. The scam was similar to the one Ifeajuna used the previous day to end Largema by asking the receptionist to rap his hotel door and call him out to pick an urgent non-existent phone call. He had planned to murder Ejoor on the way had he come alone without armed escort. Ejoor returned to the barracks with his escort and did not visit Mrs Shirley Chude-Sokei. It was the second time that weekend that Ejoor refused to die.
Please share your thoughts in the comment box below Donnie williams I understand the feelings and notion that it had the bearings of an Igbo coup. However, you have failed to dwell on the crisis in the western region as a big part of the trigger that even made the soldier boys want to take over. Musa Efuna The Revolution was very popular along the length and breadth of the country. It was hailed as freedom from bad luck: Something has been done. It is like a surgical operation which must be performed or the patient dies. The operation has been performed. Violent crime committed by ordinary criminals, as well as by persons in police and military uniforms, can occur throughout the country and tends to peak between November and January, during the holiday period.
The security situation in the Delta region has deteriorated significantly. Travel to the region remains very dangerous and should be avoided. On January 11,one American and three other expatriates aboard an oilfield service vessel were kidnapped off the coast of Bayelsa State. In February, three American citizens and six other expatriates were kidnapped in the Niger Delta area and held until late March Over the last several months, the region has been subjected to a series of attacks on oil company facilities that may be coordinated and have resulted in the death of over twenty security personnel. A militant group claiming responsibility for the recent kidnappings has made public threats against oil company employees and their families, demanding they leave the region.
Since August 1,12 expatriates have been kidnapped in or near the city of Port Harcourt. Most recently, on August 13, several expatriates were kidnapped from a popular public entertainment venue in that city. The previous kidnappings occurred on public roadways or at the facilities where the expatriates were employed. Crime in Lagos and Abuja is an ongoing problem. Some expatriates have been robbed in the outlying Lagos suburb of Lekki, and in Abuja, the Maitama area has seen a series of home invasions. In a working class section of mainland Lagos, an October clash between police and residents left several dead.
Even Victoria and Ikoyi Islands, which are generally safer than other parts of Lagos, have experienced attempted bank robberies, and have seen an increase in smash-and-grab car robberies, including some involving expatriates.
Religious tension between some Muslim and Christian communities results in occasional acts of isolated communal violence that could British escorts in enugu quickly and without warning. The states of Kano and Kaduna are particularly volatile. Rival ethnic groups have clashed violently in the Niger Delta region around Warri city and in Southeast Plateau State. Senior al-Qaida leadership has expressed interest publicly in overthrowing the government of Nigeria. Links also were uncovered connecting Nigerians to al-Qaida in Road travel is dangerous. Robberies by armed gangs have been reported on rural roads and within major cities.
Travelers should avoid driving at night.