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Killing of Egbema peace keepers: Youths hold candle procession, say no hiding place for masterminds



•We will not forget our fallen heroes -angry youths

By Timi Black

There is a total night fall in Egbema Kingdom as the Egbema Youth Council, EYC, observed a candle memorial night to mourn some fallen heroes in the anti pirate war against notorious MK Mutu and his criminal gang in the Kingdom.Congress correspondent was live at the night vigil as several personalities conveyed to give the departed illustrious sons a memorial mourning.The youths who conveyed in Sunny zion Community under Egbema Youth Council, EYC, said the gathering was to mourn their fallen heroes as they are set for burial.They took procession along major streets and roads in the community with chanting of solidarity songs.Some of the dignatries were Comr. Ebidouwei Mieyenpirigha, president Egbema youth Council, EYC, ex-militant leader,Gen. Ezekiel Akpasibe, alias red and red, general Austin Aboh,Comr. Olu Derimo OMAWUMI, IYC Western Zone secretary, Prince B. Igbiriki IYC former Egbema chairman, Comr. Ekpokeme Governor, EYC national PRO and Comr Rufus Ebiwei IYC Egbema kingdom, vice chairman.The angry youths wailed:”We will not forget our fallen heroes, there is no hiding place for the masterminds. Today we convey to mourn our fallen heroes. We are pained. We will not let go of this evil did. We are here to give a last respect to our departed heroes. Our tears will not flow in vain. Those who masterminded the death of our fallen heroes know that there is no hiding place for them”.The youth leadership of Egbema Kingdom performed some traditional rites in other to honour the departed heroes and prayed against untimely death among the youths of the the kingdom.