IPOB claims responsibility for attacks on Ekweremadu in Germany

By AdvocateNews on 17/08/2019

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…Says ex-deputy Senate President escaped lynching by ‘frustrated’ members

The proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has claimed responsibility for the attack on immediate past Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu at a yam festival in Nürnberg, Germany on Saturday.

The group in a post on it’s Facebook page said the lawmaker only escaped being lynched by its members.

IPOB shared a video of the moment on its Facebook page, Radio Biafra.

It was reported that Ekweremadu, who represents, Enugu West, in the Senate was at Nürnberg for  New Yam festival in the German city.

Radio Biafra wrote, “Senator Ike Ekwere Mmadu escaped being lynched by frustrated IPOB family members in Germany. He was seriously questioned and accused of conspiring with Nigeria government in proscribing and killing of hundreds of unarmed IPOB family members in Nigeria.”

In one of the videos on the Facebook page, Police were called to restore order to the situation.

Posted 17/08/2019 10:08:55 PM

 

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