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Leaked: Uzodima’s Aide Outrage as rented crowd shun Buhari visit, fled with fund (Video)

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President Mohammadu Buhari appears to had imposed himself on the people of Imo State after his planned visit was publicly rejected by Imolites.

A relative power clash played out following an order given to residents to stay away from the scheduled visit by the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

IPOB had disassociated from the working visit, declared September 9 sit-at-home across ‘Biafraland, noting the visit was an avenue to urinate on gave of those slain by Hope Uzodinma’s security forces.

The statement signed and made public via the Head of Directorate, Chika Edoziem warned Buhari against coming to Imo State as he is not welcomed.

Viral clips mainly from British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC Pidgin has indicated virtually empty streets, market during the visit. Major business activities were halted in Imo and across Southeast states. Watch

Reports by an online tabloid, SaharaReporters also confirmed sighted crowds welcoming the president Buhari was hired and paid five thousand Naira (N5,000) each.

The witnessed civil disobedience played out in Imo has raised a concern that probably needs the attention of the political leaders, at all governmental affairs to ascertain the people’s grievances.

If a state governor and country’s president would continue looking over to impose self in occasion as such goes to show disconnection in leadership and largely a self-serving government in the guise of representing the masses.

A Surfaced clip shows Batos Nwadike outraged over the diversion of funds given to a coordinator to make available Coasta buses to convey hired groups.

The Special adviser to Hope Uzodinma queried them requesting to know how the seven hundred million Naira (N700, 000, 0000) was spent.

Consequently, he was upset that the supposed crowd did not turn out despite the disposed of the fund. Watch

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