The Inspector General of Police, Police Headquarters, Abuja. It is no longer news that School of Mental Health Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Enugu was unlawfully closed down by its Medical Director, Dr. Monday Nwite Igwe, but the new development that cause for concern is the recent action of the said Dr. Monday Nwitte Igwe who is now using the instrumentality of the Police to launch a massive attack on the Freedom of the Press in the state. Some of the journalists who reported in the media the unlawful closure of the School of Mental Health Nursing, Enugu Dr. Monday Nwite Igwe, and the corruption at the institution have been penciled down to be sent to prison courtesy of a Police Invitation letter sent to the them in respect of criminal allegation made against them by Dr. Monday Nwite Igwe. The Police Invitation titled: Re: Criminal Conspiracy, Cyberstalking, Injurious Falsehood, Conduct Likely to Cause Breach of Public Peace and Criminal Defamation with Intent to Incite. The said Invitation signed by the A.A. Elleman DCP, Head IGP Monitoring Unit, The Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, Abuja, invited these journalists:
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- Ignatius Okpara of The African Examiner
- Petrus Obi, former Nation Vice Chairman(Southeast) Nigeria Union of Journlists of the Everyday NewsNgr.
- Clinton C. Umeh, of Journalists 101 4, And Comrade Igboke Onyebuchi, of the Coalition of Civil Society Organisation who wrote petitions to appropriate government authorities to look into the plight of the over 700, students of the School of Mental Health Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Enugu. It should be noted that the school is still closed down till date despite a reported directive by the permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Health to reopen the institution.
- The President Federal Republic of Nigeria, Through the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Abuja.
- The Chairman, Police Service Commission, Abuja. Dear Sir, Above for your information and necessary action. Sincerely,
- The President Nigerian Union of Journalists, Abuja.