Dele Giwa: Ita-Giwa Faults Omeben’s Claims

Dele Giwa

Dele Giwa

THE recent “ revelations “ by former Deputy Inspector General of Police, Christopher Omeben, insinuating in one breathe that Dele Giwa’s assassination via a parcel bomb may have been remotely connected to his “unhealthy relations with his “estranged wife” and in the next breathe named Kayode Soyinka, Dele’s colleague who was the only survivor and eye witness of the dastardly act as the “prime suspect” has caught the ire of Senator Florence Ita-Giwa.

In a statement yesterday signed by her Media Liason Officer, Mr. Jonathan Eze, Ita-Giwa said Omeben’s claims were “indicative of a mind rapidly progressing into dementia.”

The statement reads in parts: “It is very possible that the aged former crime fighter is hallucinating on account of the blemish his shoddy handling of the case had cast on what might have been labeled an illustrious police career. Without a doubt, the “estranged wife” referred to by our deluded former police chief is none other than the Distinguished Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, who was once married to the late Dele Giwa.

“At the risk of sounding impetuous, it would appear that the former detective turned clergy man is now clutching at straws in a puerile attempt to cover up his crass incompetence with regard to the case.

“The pendulum of suspicion about the identity of the killers has always swung in one direction and is well known by anyone who was around at the time the heinous act occurred.

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