By Stanley Uchegbu
Social media critic Abubakar idris, better known as Dadiyata, would have turned 35 yesterday. Or maybe he did but oblivious to the entire public as he completes 10 months missing without traces.
Since his abduction by unknown armed men at about 1am on August 2, 2019, nothing has been heard from him. Nobody has called to demand a ransom, clearly showing it’s no conventional abduction.
Stanley Uchegbu (L-R), Abubakar Idris (R-L)
Dadiyata has a traumatised wife plus two children who might grow up with the pain of knowing someone can wake up in a morning and varnish from human sight without trace.
As the world join in solidarity protest for shunning racisim and rape, it is important to fight for all pressmen who are being unjustly treated nationwide and globally.
The Police and the DSS who are laden with the authority to maintain order, peace and tranquility owe Nigerians and the entire public a duty to crack his disappearance.
Democracy is to be fully expressed to the brim.