Linda Ikeji remains silent as parents of dead UNIPORT students demand “Dark October” premiere suspension

Linda Ikeji remains silent as parents of dead UNIPORT students demand
Linda Ikeji remains silent as parents of dead UNIPORT students demand "Dark October" premiere suspension

Popular blogger Linda Ikeji has not yet responded to the demand for the postponement of the February 3, 2022, premiere of her film made by the boys’ unhappy parents.

According to Six9ja Media, the angry parents of the four University of Port Harcourt students who died in the Aluu Community in 2012 as a result of a mob attack have urged Netflix and well-known blogger Linda Ikeji to postpone the release of their film, Dark October.

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The murder of the students, code-named Aluu-4, in October 2012 is the main subject of the film.

The families of the murdered students claimed they were consulted prior to the film’s production in a statement released on Wednesday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, by Livingstone Wechie, the executive director of a human rights organization called The Integrity Friends for Truth and Peace The initiative (TIFPI), which is set to premiere on February 3.

They claim that the change would revive painful memories they had been able to put to rest.

They also said that the film “reawakened the already doused trauma caused by the tragic killing of their children.”

The statement read: “The attention of the four bereaved families of the ill-fated Aluu 4 incident have been drawn to a widely advertised movie titled: Dark October’ which was produced by a known blogger by the name Linda Ikeji as stated therein.

“For the records and sadly so, Linda Ikeji produced the movie without seeking the consent of the affected families and parents of the unforgettable Aluu 4 victims.

The question to Linda Ikeji is: Can you cry more than the bereaved or do you not have some conscience and humanity in you as a parent that you have become?

“I have been instructed in writing through my organisation, The Integrity Friends for Truth and Peace Initiative TIFPI, by the four affected families, that is the parents of late Lloyd Toku-Mike, Chiadika Biringa, Ugonna Obuzor and Tekena Elkanah, to represent them and ensure that justice is done in this matter.

“This is to the effect that Linda Ikeji acted both of her own volition and on a frolic of her own as she failed, refused and neglected to seek the consent of the affected and families/parents of these boys whose names and the story of the Aluu 4 incident form the entire essence of the said movie…

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