By Abimbola Emmanuel
An ex-beauty queen and graduate of Abia State University, Princess Ugonna, has raised an alarm following the attack on her family house at Ihube Okigwe in Imo State by some unknown gunmen.
Taking to her Instagram page, Princess shared a video where she disclosed that her family house was set ablaze and her father, His Royal Majesty, Eze Paul Ogbu, was abducted and no news has been heard about him.
She also lamented the loss of her school certificates, as well as that of her siblings which were inside the burnt building.
The ex-beauty queen questioned Hope Uzodinma, the state governor, over the state of security in the state.
“My name is Princess Ugonna Ogbu. I am an ex-beauty Queen and a graduate of Abia State University. I am from okigwe in IMO state.
“It is so unfortunate that the IMO state government @he_hopeuzodimma will come to social media and assure the world and Nigerians at large that IMO state is safe whereby we are dying on daily basis.
“Last night my family house in Ihube okigwe IMO state and my dad’s car was set Ablaze by unknown gunmen and my dad HRM Eze Paul ogbu was abducted to an unknown destination, all my credentials both that of my siblings all burnt to ashes as at the time of this incident.
“We called the @nigeriapoliceforce this was at 11:55pm they ask us were is Okigwe located. We explained, they gave us a number to call force headquarters that they will assist us of which we called, the line was not picked.
“We called back the number that gave us the force headquarters number only for them to tell us there is nothing they can do at this point all hope was lost.
“We called the @nigeria.fireandrescue at okigwe only for them to tell us that they don’t have water to stop the fire as you can see in the video, the house and everything in it burnt to ashes no single pin came out. Up till now my father’s way about is still unknown and no information of what so ever.
“Am Using this opportunity to call on well meaning Nigerians to come to our aid, because their is no hope for the common man in this our country.”