The Ordinary President, Dr. Ahmad Isah.

Children who while growing were advised against doing wrongs but refused to take into cognizance things they were told are today regretting their actions and non- chalant attitude.

The Ordinary President urged listeners and viewers to put the care of widows and orphans into consideration.

You should take care of widows and orphans; these ones never at any point in their life think they’ll be in this state where they find themselves. You should reach out to them and show them the love they are missing.

Remember God has great rewards for those who have made it a point of duty to take care of the widows and orphans.

The Complainant and the Orphans.

A late Police officer named Udom Udoh Ikom, who died on 17th September, 2019 left behind his son and niece whom he adopted. His older brother, Evangelist Michael Sunday accompanied the children to the studio in order to get their late father’s gratuity.

According to him, the late Officer had written a promotional exam from being a sergeant to Inspector but his letter of confirmation didn’t come until after his death.

The girl whom he took in is an orphan and he was very much responsible for her upkeep until he died. His wife had earlier died of stroke so that makes his son an orphan too.

Brekete Family.

At the moment, his corpse is still in the mortuary as the Nigeria Police Force has not paid any death benefit to the family. The Ordinary President called the Force PRO, DCP Frank Mba to get further insight into the matter.

The PRO said that problems like that arise because a lot of times, the late Officer did not update information regarding his next of kin.

Many times, officers who join the Force before getting married include their mothers’ names as next of kin which might be unfortunate as it is very possible for the woman to die along the line.

Brekete Family.

What is expected of the officer to do is to go back to do an update that’ll allow him to change who is next of kin is. When his brother was asked, it was confirmed that the late officer’s next of kin was his wife who passed on before him.

DCP Frank Mba told them to come to the Headquarters where series of questions will be asked and the Police will do the needful as they are always careful of having to give a deceased’s property to the wrong person.

PCC Representatives.

The representatives of Public Complaints Commission; Barrister Ewah and Mr. Philip Enyanle sure have a handful of cases to attend to after today.

Some of the cases include; Mrs. Janet Garba whose husband died on the 3rd January, 2004 complained of the Nigeria Police Force’s refusal to pay her late husband’s death benefit.

According to the letter given her by the Police, the sum of N488, 000 was allegedly paid to her children as their father’s gratuity since 2013.

The woman stated that nothing like that happened and that it was just a scheme employed so the money will not be paid. The Ordinary President asked her to invite the children as investigation into the case begins.


Tope Fadare who was once a staff at the Central bank of Nigeria was accused of stealing money from the branch where he worked which led to his dismissal.

According to him, he discovered that money was missing and he asked the security officer to check the CCTV cameras that are supposed to help unveil the act but he refused.

The complainant exposed those involved but he was unfortunately dismissed while there appointment is still intact. The case was earlier presented to the Public Complaint Commission but at the moment has been closed and about to be revisited.


Asu Comfort, a dismissed staff of the Federal College of Education, Obudu who blew the whistle of the misconduct going on in the institution especially the N125 Million allegedly embezzled by the Bursar and the Provost.

They were suspended on this ground but at the time the suspension lapsed, they paid themselves for the number of months they were absent from work. They also diverted monies for their personal use.

Comfort and her sister summoned courage and opened the can of worms which eventually landed them in trouble. They were threatened on several occasions and finally dismissed.

Comfort stated that recently the governing body of the above-named institution met to discuss her reinstatement but they gave her a condition which is, she would withdraw charges made against them already.


  1. Pls i need assistance in rivers state,,am Amadiokpaka Rosemary by name,am 24 yrs of age am from a family of 7,my dad was a civil servant before he had partial stroke nd since then things changed in my family we could bearly feed i managed to finish my secondary the age of 18 i started looking for a job which i was declined after telling the management my age..they adviced me that i was not up to the i ran into an old friend whom i told her that am looking for a job at first she laughed at me and told me that am too small but that if i insist she will help me out with a hotel job i declined because my mum will not allow me to walk in a hotel but i went further because my dad has already asked me to look for something to do that things has turn up side down…so i went ahead with the job..after the supervisor tried harassing me sexually i slapped him nd that lead to my sack ..inthe process of looking for another job i met this man by name (Gowon Okoko) who is from Ahaoad east here in rivers state that i knew when i was working at the place where i was sacked ..he told me he will help me and give me a job which he never did after following him for was later he told me that he wants me to be his pet nd that anything i want he will provide it for me i thought about it because he is married nd my mum warned us never to do such but because i needed help i accepted but my parents never knew…along the line he gave 6months skill nd he lodged me in a hotel for 2yrs nd 6months in portharcourt which i lied to my parents that i was working ..he turned me into a punching bag,,always beating nd tearing my clothes in public😭😭😭😭😭😭😭🤦🤦🤦🤦a day came where i preferred to jump from a story building so that i might not die from the beating..because there was a day i fainted from his beating i tried pulling out but because he forced me into taking an oath in a shrine inside his room that i will never leave him nd that i must marry with the oath he made me do things which is not of my own will so that i will not die…he is always telling me that if i should disagree that i will die or that he will kill me nd my nd use his money to cover it up nd that my poor parents can never challenge him…as it stands now he has packed all my clothes from where i stay..when i went home for weekend on the 15 of march 2020 he went to my apartment nd packed all my clothes up till now am still sharing clothes with my sister.. He has summoned me in two different juju one in rivers state nd the other one in anambra state with the help of the police men he has withdraw the one of rivers state nd have refuse the one of anambra state on monday i was served a later from high court in his home town Ahoada here in Rivers state he said i should pay him the sum of 11 million naira since am no longer interested nd do not want to be his second wife.iand my poor family have no one to run to we were achieved to go to human right we went there yesterday but we were asked to bring 130 thousand…we bearly feed ..we even borrowed the transport that took us to place was a police officer that told me about u people…pls help me this is my contact from rivers state


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