I’ll track you and kill you – Ihedioha’s ADC Ali allegedly threatens Imo man

A Nigerian man based in Imo identified as Darlington Ibekwe has accused one Mr Ali, the Aide-De-Camp of the immediate past governor of Imo state, Emeka Ihedioha, of threatening to kill him.

I’ll track you and kill you – Ihedioha’s ADC Ali allegedly threatens Imo man

Taking to Instagram, Darlington stated that Ali threatened him just because he made an expository post on him – He revealed in a Facebook post on how Ali had kept to himself a vehicle belonging to the government, after the ex-governor Emeka Ihedioha was sacked by the Supreme Court.

He then alleged that Ali called him to take down the post otherwise he will track him down and kill him.

Darlington Ibekwe wrote:

“THREAT TO LIFE
Let it be known to the general public that Mr. Ali who was the ADC to Ousted Governor @emeka.ihedioha has threatened my life over a post I made earlier asking the Imo state government to recover the Black Ford Ranger truck which belongs to the government but in Ali’s possession, I even went further to inform everyone that Ali has put a blue plate number which signifies that he has registered the vehicle with his personal details.

“Mr Ali called me with 07085355499 at exactly 5:00pm and according to him “I’m not a politician, I will track you anywhere you are in this state and kill you if you don’t take down that post”. And earlier, a close aide to ihedioha called me telling me to be careful as Ali is dreaded heavily.

“This phone call from Ali is recorded and would be published in due time.
Recently Ali’s boss Emeka Ihedioha was indicted in a N19.63bn loot scandal.

“If anything happens to me, let everyone hold Ali and his boss responsible.

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