Rising Insecurity: ABSU Deputy Vice Chancellor Still Held Captive, Kidnappers Remain Silent | #NwokeukwuMascot
...Four Days in Captivity: ABSU Deputy Vice Chancellor Remains Missing as Kidnappers Maintain Silence | #NwokeukwuMascot
|Professor Godwin Emezue.
In a concerning turn of events, the family of Professor Godwin Emezue, the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Abia State University Uturu (ABSU), is still awaiting any communication from the kidnappers after four days of his abduction. Recall we had earlier reported how Unidentified gunmen abducted the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Abia State University Uturu (ABSU), at a filling station in Umuekwule, Amachara, Umuahia the capital city of Abia state.
The news of the abduction has sent shockwaves through the academic community and the state as a whole. Professor Emezue, a highly respected educator and administrator, is known for his dedication to the development of education in Abia State. His kidnapping has raised concerns over the safety of academics and professionals in the region.
The Abia State Government and security agencies have been called upon to take immediate and decisive action to secure the release of Professor Emezue. The family, friends, and colleagues of the esteemed Deputy Vice Chancellor anxiously await any sign of contact from the kidnappers, hoping for a swift resolution to this distressing situation.
The motive behind the abduction remains unknown, as the kidnappers have yet to make any demands or establish communication with the family. This silence has only heightened the anxiety and fear among those close to Professor Emezue. The authorities are urged to intensify their efforts and utilize all available resources to locate and rescue him.
The situation serves as a stark reminder of the persistent security challenges faced by the state and the need for proactive measures to ensure the safety of its citizens. The Abia State Government must work in close collaboration with security agencies to address the underlying causes of such incidents and prevent their recurrence in the future.
As the search for Professor Emezue continues, the academic community and the people of Abia State remain hopeful for his safe and swift return. The unity and support of the community are crucial in times like these, as they demonstrate resilience and send a strong message that acts of violence and intimidation will not be tolerated.
The ABSU Deputy Vice Chancellor's abduction serves as a wake-up call for strengthened security measures and increased vigilance in the state. It is imperative that every effort be made to secure the release of Professor Emezue and bring the perpetrators to justice, sending a clear message that lawlessness will not prevail in Abia State.