Residents of ONELGA have continued to showers praises and appreciations to all the dogged leaders in the community for standing by the local vigilante group who were last week whisked away by security operatives
The 14 MEMBERS OF THE ONELGA SECURITY PEACE ADVISORY COMMITTEE, OSPAC WHO WERE DETAINED AND CHARGED TO COURT Regained their freedom yesterday after a magistrate court granted them bail.
Friends and family close to ambassador bright Abali one of the vocal ‘’free OSPAC’’ Campaigner’s in ONELGA took to his face book page to express their joy,
Some of the comments extracted from bright Abali Facebook page goes thus;
Emmanuel E. Emmanuel Darkness can never compete with light.
When the masses speak, God answers.
Peter Allison They always try to suppress OSPAC and bring down the organization but each time they try, like dust they rise. Peace like a submissive wife has come to stay in ONELGA. God bless everyone who moved for their release
Chimdi Benedict God is our strength
Pakaye Ekine Thank God. All their efforts are highly commendable.
Ken Roberts ONELGA shall be free.
Napoleon Adira Thank God for their freedom. May God blessed those that are behind their released. Whatever might have been the plan of the soldiers, God knows that our people had died enough, we shall not die again. Amen… Kudos!! Once again to our leaders.
Elekwachi Sunny Thank God ooo, sir u are a good man. Since the arrest of ospac members u have never kept quiet on this issue. God bless u sir
Hon Appolus Good news
Ajie Kenneth Ikenna Thanks to u all for your efforts
Austin Ogaranya Okoro Thank God they’re free
Donald Ejike Bright Abali,i commend you most gracious your wonderful
John Ogbuanukwu No one can bring in disorderliness into an orderly plan of God.
Chris Miller But this is bad! Army cannot protect us d only OSPAC that has brought smiles to us they went and arrested them! God is watching.
Chris Miller Ndi ogba unu mbana oooo.
Murphy Ohia God bless you my brother, this d kind of solidarity ONLGA needs….
Consolation Obihele That is great, and they should equitably discharge their magnanimous duties without compromise.