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Nigerians in Austria humiliates top Politician (Watch)
A surfaced video has indicated moment a number of Nigerians in diaspora exercised displeasure on a Nigerian top politician.
The retrieved shirt video was said to have been recorded sometime in late last year. It did not make waves online regards the global pandemic witnessed in Nigeria.
The angry Nigerians were resisted by cops however, they continued to display in an unusual manner.
The politician, who is believed to hail from Southeast extraction (Victor Umeh) was pelted various unidentified items.
They were heard shouting ‘go back to Nigeria, stop killing Nigerians. Stop killing our people.
Similarly, a demonstration was sometime in 2019 exhibited. A long-serving senator, Ike Ekweremadu was reportedly embarrassed by some Nigerians in Germany under the aegis of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The IPOB members had accosted Ekweremadu during a Yam Festival held in Nuremberg. His native wear was torn and requested he returns to Nigeria to attain to security situation ravaging the country.
Meanwhile, since the post Endsar protest Nigerians in the diaspora have engaged in attacking political office holders due to unending security problems, increasing hunger, unemployment, and many more.
Recall Nigeria’s President, Mohammadu Buhari is presently in London for medical attention. Since assuming office the president has used over 200 days for medical tourism despite over 2 trillion Naira budgeted for Health Ministry from 2015 to date.