Richmond C. Amadi is an independent journalist, Book Publisher, member of RSU Alumni, Researcher (currently researching with Researchgate.net), Writer, Motivational Speaker. He is a BSc Holder in Office and Information Management, and Diploma holder in Management all from Rivers State University. Currently doing his MSc with RSU. Contact him on Richmond.email@example.com or Amadirichmondc@gmail.com All Social Platforms: @amadirichmondc
BREAKING: S/E Govs jiggle Nnamdi Kanu, vomits fire
Face-off between South-east Governors Forum and the Indigenous People of Bifra deepens as the governors warned IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, against any other attack on South-east leaders when they travel abroad.
This was contained in a statement signed by David Umahi, the chairman of the forum and Governor of Ebonyi State, on Thursday, the governors threatened to ensure his repatriation to Nigeria.
In his word: “We wish to warn that should any Southeast person be attacked anywhere in the world, we shall, by all means, bring back Kanu to Nigeria to face the wrath of our people,” the governors said.
We earlier reported, regards to viral video, Nigerian Senator Ike Ekweremmadu Saturday was assaulted in Nuremberg, Germany where he was invited to the annual new yam festival and convention of Ndigbo in Germany.
According to the viral footage, the senator, Ekweremadu abusively was attacked.
Confirming this in post, he said, that he was disappointed by the conduct of the IPOB members and had reported the attack to Yusuf Tuggar, the Nigerian Ambassador to Germany.
“I tried to engage them, but when they became unruly, I had to leave the venue. The organisers also invited the police and I was accompanied out of the venue,” Ekweremadu said.
Owning responsibility to the attack, IPOB in a statement by its spokesman Emma Powerful, commended members of the group for taking the protest to the Nigerian Senator.
“The courageous act by IPOB at Nürnberg Germany is a polite warning to those engaged in selling our collective interest to Fulani caliphate,” Kanu tweeted on Sunday.
The IPOB leader, Later in a radio broadcast, said the South-east governors and some selected Igbo politicians “will receive the Ekweremadu treatment any time they are seen in public abroad.”
The attack was however condemned by many including the Nigerian government.
The South-east governors said they “are saddened with the ugly display and dance of shame by IPOB in Germany in attacking one of the finest leaders of Ndigbo, Senator Ike Ekweremmadu.”
The governors noted that Kanu was “pretending to be fighting for Ndigbo and would soon be exposed if he doesn’t retrace his steps.”
“It is madness for anyone who wants raw power with no experience to think that we Governors will support the killing of our people giving out our scarce land to herdsmen,” the governors said.