Chief Chikah Francis Okoye, The Chief of Igbo Community in Wa has expressed shock with accusations labelled against him suggesting he keeps human parts in his room.
In rumors being speculated, several people have Alleged that Chief Chikah has human parts in his room, others suggested he deals in money rituals and as a result does not open his house for visitors.
Meanwhile Chief Chikah has expressed shock with the rumours labelled against him, he explained to Upperwestmedia Team in an Interview that his house has no human parts, he continued that some of his competitors at his workplace may be behind such speculations in order to make him unpopular.
He concluded that he is open for a surprise search and not an attack, he urged any youth group interested in searching him to come with a police permit or with the police.
Two Nigerians have been Attacked by irate youth of Wa in connection to Serial Killings in the Town.
Some Nigerian Shop owners were also attacked with some of their spare parts and phones looted.
The Chief of Igbo Community in Wa, Chief Chikah Francis Okoye has released a special message for the people of Wa, Few days after he was interviewed by Upperwestmedia Team.
In the Message Sent to Upper West Media on 19th of September 2022, he expressed exasperation with the composure of People in Wa lately expressing his happiness over their decision to choose peace.
I am Chief Chika FRANCIS OKOYE sending my greetings to good people of upper west WA .Good evening my dear good people’s of upper west. May God bless us and see us through. God will fight for the good people’s of upper west Region WA and bless us with his Macy and see us through. God loves us. Victory ✌️🙌 is yours.
Chief Chikah Francis had indicated earlier on that the attacks on Igbos in Wa wasn’t fair suggesting that there were no facts to support the allegations that Igbos were behind the ritual killings in Wa Township. He urged Residents to use the police is addressing some issues Including searching Foreigners. He Concluded by condemning physical attacks on two Igbos who have Sustained severe Injuries with one currently transferred to Kumasi for treatment.