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Southeast PDP Chairman condemns attack on Ekweremadu

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The National Vice Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), southeast zone, Chief Austin Umahi, has denounced the assault on Senator Ike Ekweremadu by associated individuals with the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Nurnberg Germany.

Umahi owned this known in an expression marked and sent to DAILY POST at the end of the week in Abakaliki, capital of Ebonyi State.

He glared at the activity of the gathering against Ekweremadu whom he said has been on the front line of the battle against the minimization of Ndi-Igbo in the Nigerian Federation.

The zonal Chairman said he was astounded that a few people could cover up under the name of the prohibited IPOB to assault Ekweremadu after the entirety of his endeavors as the pioneer of Southeast Senate council in the eighth Senate to verify the arrival of Nnamdi Kanu, oneself acclaimed pioneer of the gathering, from detainment.

He said for Senator Ekweremadu to have made a trip to far away Nurnberg in Germany to go to the second yearly celebration and convention composed by Ndi-Igbo occupant there, was a show of his undying adoration for Ndi-Igbo which he has been displaying throughout the years.

Umahi encouraged Ekweremadu not to be debilitated by the assault; however, consider it to be one of the numerous penances he needs to pay in interest for equity and better treatment for Ndi-Igbo both inside and outside the nation.

He likewise required the capture and indictment of the culprits of the devious demonstration to fill in as an obstacle to other people.

“I prompted any individual or gathering that has any real motivation to upset, to do as such, through the Southeast Governors Forum, the Ohanaeze Ndi-Igbo and through other genuine methods inside the Nigerian league; instead of depending on self improvement” he expressed.