Tompolo Write Buhari On 1 Year Anniversary Of His Father’s Brutal Death In The Hands Of Nigerian Military

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This is of copy of a letter purported to have been written by Government Ekpemupolo Tompolo; a Niger Delta Strongman and freedom fighter, whom Nigerian Troops brutalized his father about one year ago, which led to his amputation and subsequent death.

I, High Chief Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo –
the Ibe-Ebidouwei of Ijaw Nation, remember my father
as always, who was killed by the Nigerian Army as
directed by President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal
Government of Nigeria, on September 7, 2016.
I have been marked as state enemy number one by the
President Muhammadu Buhari regime because of my
natural and open association with my kinsman and
former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr.
Goodluck Jonathan, in addition my support for Governor
Seriake Dickson in the 2016 Bayelsa State Gubernatorial
election presumed as against the anointed APC
candidate of the Federal Government, Chief Timipre
Sylver. It would be recalled that in the wake of the
renewed hostilities and destruction of crude oil facilities
by unknown persons in the Niger Delta region last year,
the powers that be now found an ample opportunity to
frame me on trumped up accusations and charges,
subsequently I was falsely and maliciously accused by
the Federal Government of Nigeria as the brain behind
the then unrest. In furtherance of my persecution, I was
accused by the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC) of fraudulently selling a stretch of
land to the government for 13billon naira.
In an orchestrated plot the Nigerian Army was
unleashed on Gbaramatu Kingdom in search of me, and
the rampaging soldiers stormed my father’s home in
Kurutie Town, physically brutalised him to the point of
death. He sustained injuries in one of his legs and due
to lack of medical facilities in the area he could not be
treated and could also not be timely evacuated because
of the siege and blockade by the Nigerian Army. By the
time he was taken to Warri after many days, the
doctors advised that the lower limb of the injured leg be
amputated due to infection, unfortunately a few days
after as a result of the physical brutality meted out on
him by soldiers of the Nigerian Army, his sustained
injuries led to his death.
Since then, the President Muhammadu Buhari
administration and the Nigerian Army has not set up
any enquiries on the death of my beloved father. Our
father’s life was brutally cut short on the orders of
President Buhari by soldiers of the Nigerian Army. My
family has been painfully deprived of the love of its great
Patriarch. The death of my father in the hands of the
Federal Government of Nigeria is in tradition of a long
list of martyred Ijaws and Niger Deltans who dare to
ask for a better and equitable participation in the
management of the oil and gas wealth taken from our
very ancestral soil.
The Ijaw freedom icon, Maj. Isaac Adaka Jasper Boro,
the Ogoni rights leader Ken Saro Wiwa and numerous
young men and women in the Niger Delta have paid the
ultimate price of freedom with their lives. It would be
proper to assume that President Muhammadu Buhari
now appreciates the value of human life having been
humbled by his recent experiences with ill health, a
reminder of the frailty and mortality of human existence.
God is the supreme arbiter of the universe and each and
every one of us cannot escape the karma of divine
retribution. While on all of his medical tourism and
sojourn in world class medical facilities in the UK, which
bills were paid with proceeds ultimately derived from
crude oil and gas revenue in my backyard, the mass of
the Niger Delta people and Nigerians continue to be
denied access to basic health facilities. Furthermore, I
wish to use this medium to advise Mr President to turn
a new leaf and seek the true face of God who has given
him a new lease of life. His life has been saved while he
orders the destruction of others.
I would like to remind Mr President that my bank
accounts remain frozen on his orders thereby financially
incapacitating me from performing my natural
obligations as a father in paying my daughter and other
dependants tuition fees and sundry expenses in Nigeria
while it is know

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