A school Headmaster, Mr Emma Adimachukwu, on Tuesday told the Anambra State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police Brutality, Extral Judicial Killings and other Related Matters that the disbanded Special-Anti Robbery Squad charged him N400,000 to take care of his child in their authority.
“He ventured out to India to purchase garments. On March 14, 2014, he went to Nnewi and gathered $10,000 owed him by a companion and continued to Onitsha to take conveyance of his products that just showed up.
“It was while sitting tight for the merchandise that some SARS men showed up and began shooting. They captured him and his companion. They looked through him and saw $10,000 on him and finished up he was an outfitted burglar.
“My child wouldn’t let them take the cash, he battled them. Along these lines, when they got to Awkuzu SARS, they murdered him.
“At the point when I went to see him after his companion who was pirated out let me know of it, James Nwafor (SARS chief) advised his men to secure me that I was a dad to an equipped looter. Some conspicuous individuals mediated and they delivered me. They later instructed me to drop cash so they can be taking care of my child, and they gathered N400,000 from me, realizing without a doubt that they had murdered my child,” Adimachukwu said.
Another candidate, Austin Akabuike told the board that SARS executed his more youthful sibling, Mr Ekene Akabuike, a last year understudy of Statistics of Nnamdi Azikiwe University in 2004.
Akabuike said the executing of his more youthful sibling caused the demise of his mom.
He stated, “On June third, 2004, they picked my sibling in his room and we were told they would summon him the following day, yet they killed him and revealed to us that he had been squandered.
He told the board he was looking for N100m pay over the misfortune.
The issue was dismissed for additional consultation to Tuesday one week from now.