Sunday, December 4, 2022

Drunk Nigerian Naval commander shoots younger officer and render him bedridden

The harassed naval officer said his ordeal in the military stemmed from his asking permission to see his family in February 2022, but commander Mabeokwu was not satisfied with the request.

A Nigerian naval officer, identified as Kelvin Uchenna Aluu, is currently bedridden after he was shot dead by an electrically intoxicated naval commander, Commodore IC Mabeokwu, and abandoned at Nigerian Naval Hospital, Oghara, in Delta state.

Sahara Reporters learned that apart from the trauma he went through, Aluu also had his salary withheld by the Nigerian Navy authorities while the senior officer treated him brutally because he (Aluu) asked to see his family members.

The harassed naval officer recounted that his ordeal in the military consisted of him asking permission to see his family in February 2022, but commander Mabeokwu was not satisfied with this request.

Aluu said, “On February 12, 2022, I was shot dead by my supervisor after he threatened me the day before; the Commander of the Navy is Commodore IC Mabeokwu with SVC no. NN/2554; just because I asked permission or passport to see my family; Commander Mabeokwu specifically said, “When I’m done with you, your parents/family will not recognize you.”

The harassed officer added that his salaries had been withheld and the Nigerian Navy had failed to pay his hospital bills.

He said: “Since then I have been in the Nigerian Navy Medical Center in Oghara, Delta State, going from one operation to the next without serious improvement, but they (the Navy) insisted that I have to go back to work even if I did.” I’m still on crutches.

To my greatest surprise, the Nigerian Navy stopped paying me for over two months knowing that I am still in the hospital.

“I am asking for your help to deal with the situation. I am currently at the Nigerian Navy Medical Center in Oghara, Delta State, unaware of my fate.”

He continued: “Now the commander who shot me is still going around threatening other people for releasing him.

Even the medical report presented to me was discontinued.

The doctor gave me time – at least six months before I could go back to work – but the Navy insists I have to keep working while I’m still on crutches.

“I have been suffering since the incident in early February; the navy left me to die because they don’t pay me anymore; for which i don’t know the reason.

“My superior, Commander Mabeokwu, incapacitated me; he left to tell the navy i was walking away from work.

The Navy also came and said they would stop treatment if I didn’t start paying; that they won’t refund me my wages just because I’m fighting for justice and asking Nigerians for help.

“I call on Nigerians to help me fight this injustice.

My Superior knows I have no one, and that’s why he did this to me.

I am a responsible Nigerian whose only goal was to serve his nation well.

I am married and have three children. My family has suffered since I was suspended from work by my Superior.

My young children and my wife suffered as a result.”

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