Nollywood veteran entertainer, Chiwetalu Agu, was yesterday set free from confinement of the Department of State Services (DSS).
His delivery was gotten by the Actors’ Guild of Nigeria (AGN).
AGN spread the word about this through an assertion on their authority page.
The assertion endorsed by their Communication Director, Monalisa Chinda peruses: “The National President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Ejezie Emeka Rollas has once more gotten the arrival of Actor, Chiwetalu Agu from the guardianship of the DSS.
“For the benefit of the Guild, I was at the DSS office with my associate, the Senior Special Assistant on Military Affairs and Inter-Governmental Relations to the President, Steve Eboh to get Mr. Agu today (yesterday).”
“The happy veteran entertainer said thanks to God for enduring the experience and praised the initiative of the Guild headed by Ejezie Emeka Rollas for their steady endeavors in getting his delivery from the detainment.”
Review that the public authority of AGN has prior, said they didn’t have the foggiest idea why Agu, was moved to Abuja, focusing on that they have drawn in legitimate specialists to get his delivery from DSS.
It was accumulated that Agu, who was first captured by the Nigerian Army on October 7 around Upper Iweka in Onitsha, Anambra State, for supposedly enhancing Biafra outfit, while appropriating bread and different things to the poor was delivered the following day.
The Army had additionally blamed him for requesting support for the banished Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
He was rearrested not long after leaving the premises of the Nigerian Army, Enugu by the DSS.
He was supposedly traveled to Abuja as a feature of examinations on his supposed advancement of Biafra and prompting individuals from the general population.
Agu, before his re-capture, had demanded that the outfit he wore was that of the “rising sun”, and that he had gone to Upper Iweka as a feature of his daily schedule to relate to poor people.
He demanded that he never “solicited for help for the IPOB”.
Addressing The Guardian on the telephone yesterday, an authority of AGN, who argued secrecy, expressed that they had as of now initiated moves to guarantee he didn’t remain long in detainment.
“We are now putting forth attempts to guarantee his delivery soon. We are working inside. We comprehend that the DSS has taken him to Abuja. What we don’t know is the reason he was moved to Abuja. You realize that it was the Army that captured him first and later delivered him. He was brought from Onitsha to Enugu.
“It is a matter including the DSS and you realize that the DSS doesn’t talk at any rate. We don’t approach him. We are including lawful specialists to guarantee that he is delivered on schedule,” the authority said.
Prior, a relative was cited to have said: “We went through two days attempting to find out his whereabouts. We were subsequently educated that he was moved to Enugu and afterward Abuja. We heard that the thought is to move him away from the Southeast. We have put forth attempts to see him, yet the DSS has not conceded us access.”
Endeavors to talk with DSS’ Public Relations Officer, Dr. Peter Afunanya, fizzled as he didn’t pick calls made to his realized cell phone number.