After SaharaReporters’ Story, Pro-Biafra Separatist Leader Releases Female Tenant’s Belongings Seized For Weeks

The chief of the Movement of the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Ralph Uwazuruike on Friday returned the seized belongings of his feminine tenant, Loveth Okpala.

SaharaReporters had printed early this month, how the separatist chief ejected Ms Okpala from his home and likewise seized her property after declining to satisfy him at an uncommon place for an undisclosed goal.

After SaharaReporters’ Story, Pro-Biafra Separatist Leader Releases Female Tenant’s Belongings Seized For Weeks 2

She narrated how not switching off an air-conditioner on a selected weekend in her condominium at Uwazuruike Close, Works Layout, Bala Suya, Owerri, Imo State brought about his landlord to accuse her of not paying her hire, thereby ejecting her with the assistance of his caretaker, Mr Okey.

However, Okpala advised SaharaReporters on Sunday night time that Uwazuruike had allowed her to have entry to her belongings and retrieve them.

She had since left his home and moved into one other rented condominium.

She stated her landlord stated he was blackmailed within the SaharaReporters’ story and that he would launch her belongings to stop having one other unfavorable story printed about him. After SaharaReporters’ Story, Pro-Biafra Separatist Leader Releases Female Tenant’s Belongings Seized For Weeks 3

“On Friday, my aunt collected my phone and chatted with him. So, she dropped a message asking how he would have peace if he didn’t release my school credentials. She asked him if he would be happy that I forfeited my four-year journey in school because he seized my credentials and belongings.

“He then replied to my aunt that he saw the SaharaReporters’ story and that I blackmailed him; my aunt and I ignored it. He said so that I would not blackmail him again, that he was the one that caused me not to finish my studies. He said I should go and pack my belongings.

“So, he called me himself later and spoke to me that I should go to the house and move my things out. I have moved all my property from his house. I’m in another rented apartment. It happened on Friday.”

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After SaharaReporters’ Story, Pro-Biafra Separatist Leader Releases Female Tenant’s Belongings Seized For Weeks

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