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Ekweremadu: Ex-minister, Chidoka makes demand from ex-Deputy Senate President’s attackers



Previous Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka has denounced Saturday’s assault in Nurnberg, Germany on Senator Ike Ekweremadu, the quick past Deputy Senate President of Nigeria. Chidoka requested a statement of regret from the legislator’s assailants.

The ex-Minister was responding to a video clasp posted via web-based networking media, where the representative was assaulted by certain people, a circumstance, which brought about his rushed clearing from the setting of the occasion.

Ekweremadu was in Germany to talk at the Second Annual Cultural Festival and Convention of Ndi-Igbo living in that nation.

The previous Aviation priest has now requested an open statement of regret from coordinators of the occasion and the culprits of the assault on the congressperson.

Chidoka, who talked through his media associate, Mr. Ikechukwu Okafor on Sunday, said Ekweremadu had gotten a gallant welcome by the coordinators, and everything went smoothly until certain men raged the scene.

“The battle carried an unexpected end to the occasion, while the congressperson was found in a video that became famous online endeavoring to leave the setting amid assaults by the men.

“‪I request a conciliatory sentiment by culprits of this ridiculous assault on Sen. Ike Ekweremadu; I denounce it.

“Ekweremadu never upheld Operation Python Dance, neither did he take an interest in the arrangement for the activity in the Southeast (zone of the nation). “Ekweremadu did pass on the arrangement for activity python move. Or maybe, he restricted it.

“Ekweremadu drove a few appointments to President (Muhammadu Buhari) on the arrival of Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, and stood up at basic occasions on the side of the Igbo cause. “He doesn’t merit this (sort of) treatment,” Chidoka said.