The Department of State Services has flown veteran entertainer, Chiwetalu Agu, to Abuja as a component of examinations for advancing Biafra and purportedly inducing individuals from general society.
Agu was first captured by the Nigerian Army on October 7, 2021, around Upper Iweka in Onitsha, Anambra State, for wearing a Biafra outfit while disseminating bread and different things to poor people.
The military had blamed him for requesting support for the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra which has been blamed for a few demonstrations of illegal intimidation. He was in this way given over to the DSS for examination and indictment.
Notwithstanding, a relative of the Nollywood entertainer let The PUNCH know that they had been denied admittance to him.
The family member, who wished to stay mysterious on account of the affectability of the case, said Agu was first moved from Anambra to Enugu and afterward to Abuja.
He said endeavors to see him in Abuja were rebuked by the DSS.
“We went through two days attempting to discover 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 South-East. We have put forth attempts to see him, however the DSS has not allowed us access. Indeed, even the attorneys have not been permitted to contact him,” the relative said.
Endeavors to get a reaction from DSS representative, Dr. Peter Afunaya, demonstrated failed as he dismissed calls; while an instant message had not yet been reacted to as of the hour of recording this report.
Agu, who has featured in a few films, including ‘Poisonous snake: The Ahanna Story’, which is presently appearing on Netflix, has been a known ally of the Biafra battle.
He has likewise been reproachful of the system of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), for supposedly underestimating the Igbo.