The Imo state Commissioner for Petroleum Resources, Goodluck Opiah, has condemned bunkering at an illegal crude oil refining site at Abaezi forest, in Ohaji-Egbema council which has led to the death of at least a hundred persons. While representing the state governor, Hope Uzodimma at the site of the tragedy, he explained that the owner of the refinery, Okenze Onyewoke has been declared wanted too. “I can’t really confirm the number of the deceased because many family members have removed the corpses of so many others,” Opiah added. “Apart from this calamity, the act has destroyed the aquatic life of the community. Our people before now are predominantly farmers and fishermen. “Look around, you’ll find smokes coming from this illegal act. If this is not enough for any person to stop, I think the community is heading for what I can’t describe.