The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has made an alert over the wellbeing of spokesperson Imo Ugochinyere, of the Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP), saying his life is not safe.
Ugochinyere was purportedly captured on Thursday, June 18 by the police in Abuja over the remarks he made about the questionable Infectious Disease Bill. Ugochinyere had discharged an announcement in May, censuring the bill and furthermore asserting that a few powers were intending to give the administrators some cash to rapidly pass the questionable bill.
The House of Representatives denied the charge and furthermore welcomed him to approach to validate his case. He never did. The administrators said a warrant of capture would be given for him in the event that he neglected to show up before the house. Ugochinyere quickly moved toward a Federal High Court and made sure about a request from the court banning the police from capturing him.
Anyway last Thursday, he was allegedly captured and has been in police authority.
At a question and answer session throughout the end of the week, the CNPP Secretary-General, Willy Ezugwu, affirmed that examinations by the parties shows Ugochinyere is kept in a packed cell of around 40 individuals, with exposure to COVID-19.