Deputy Nelito Da Costa Ekuikui on the brink of assassination in Angola

Deputy Nelito Da Costa Ekuikui on the brink of assassination in Angola

This organization has obtained information from its various community network about an evil plan that is intended to assassinate Nelito Da Costa Ekuikui deputy of the UNITA parliamentary bench by the Intelligence Services (SINSE).

Nelito Ekuikui does not seem to bypass the rule if
not protected through the international entities’ intervention.

Nelito Ekuikui, the youngest politician in the Angola Parliament has become some sort of ultimate force threatening the current administration that has been ruling the country for over forty years. Nelito Ekuikui eloquence makes the current government tremble and, as it is recurrent, all-natural, or legal persons that represent a political threat to the government of Angola, become the target of slaughter.

Nelito Ekuikui does not seem to escape the rule if
not protected through the international entities’ intervention.

Nelito Da Costa Ekuikui has personally made it public as quoted here.

I became aware of a plan that aims at my physical or political death through intelligence services (SINSE).
The information is safe because I received it from someone I trusted, at dawn today (October 10), who asked for caution and vigilance.
At the moment, it looks like they are collecting and updating all possible information about me. The sad thing is to know that the institution that must ensure the protection and security of our country and all citizens is used by the interests of a specific and non-patriotic group.
Is fighting and defending the interests of Angolan citizens and my own country a crime against the state? Does defending my convictions and the interests of Angolans make me an enemy of the State?
I do not think so! I will remain firm to defend the interests of Angolans and demand, under the terms of the law and the constitution, the change that is already inevitable!
Nelito Ekuikui-Deputy and Provincial Secretary of UNITA in Luanda, on 10 October 2020.

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