• Imo Polytechnic Crisis: Staff drag rector to Okija shrine

    The crisis of confidence rocking Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo, has degenerated to the point of the institution’s Rector, Rev. Fr. Wence Madu, being dragged to the dreaded Okija Shrine in Anambra State.

    The invitation letter, which was allegedly extended to the Rector, was signed by one Ukaegbu N. Ogidi, who claimed that there was a complaint of injustice against Rev. Fr. Madu.

    While stating that any respondent coming to Ogwugwu Okija must come with clean hands, Ogidi also informed the Rector that “Ogwugwu kills only those whose hands are not clean, especially those who committed evil against their fellow human beings at work places, churches, mosques, markets and other public places.”

    According to Vanguard News, the letter also claimed that Rev. Fr. Madu knew about the issue at stake, “but turned around to conspire and deal with an innocent person.”

    The Rector was equally reminded in the mail that he “should feel free to reverse the injustice with your conspirators and collaborators against the complainants to avoid coming to Ogwugwu and other unpleasant consequences.”

    The custodians of the shrine similarly informed the Rector that he should on arrival, look for the Chief Priest for briefing and other formalities.

    Then the threat: “But where you fail to come because of any reason, we shall come to your residence or office.  The truth must be uncovered at all cost.”

    When Vanguard News visited the Rector’s office, yesterday, to ascertain if he got such an invitation or not, somebody who claimed to be a staff of the office said the Rector was not in the office.

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