Idoma Voice Publisher, Ameh Godwin Allegedly Attacked By Former LG Chairman In Abuja

According to Ameh, the ex-council caretaker chairman and the flag bearer of the PDP in the forthcoming local government elections in the state carried out the act alongside his brother and other boys that came to the venue of the attack after they called him a thief.

by Akpene Jacob

Journalist Ameh Godwin was yesterday allegedly attacked by one Prince Onuh, the immediate Caretaker Chairman of Ogbadibo Local Government Area of Benue State.

According to Ameh, the ex-council caretaker chairman and the flag bearer of the PDP in the forthcoming local government elections in the state carried out the act alongside his brother and other boys that came to the venue of the attack after they called him a thief.

Ameh Godwin

The sad incident took place in Area 8, Abuja after he was lured to the location by one of his cousin’s.

LASGIDI ONLINE gathered that the attack might be as a result of Ameh’s criticism of the ex-chairman’s administration in his local government.

Prince Onuh

Ameh shared the News on his Facebook timeline saying;

Prince Onuh and his brother, Frank, ambushed me today at Area 8, Abuja with some boys and they attacked me.

They beat and injured me seriously. It was God that saved me because they were shouting thief and some people came out with weapons to kill me.

One of the boys nearly smashed my head with stone but I barely escaped with my life.

My own brother, Fred Apochi led me to them.

Hon. Friday Adogo was among those who saved me.

Let’s see how it ends.

At the time of filing this report, Prince Onuh’s camp released a statement denying ever attacking the award winning journalist accusing him of trying to blackmail the ex-council chairman.

Ameh Godwin is a journalist with Daily Post Nigeria, publisher of idomavoice.com and currently the Special Assistant Print and Electronic Media to Senator Abba Moro, the Senator representing Benue South Senatorial District at the National Assembly.

Written by Jacob Akpene

Jacob Akpene is the Editor-in-chief of the Lasgidi Online Brand. He handles the administrative, content creation and the smooth running of the blog.

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