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The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has denied claims of endorsing Alhaji Atiku Abubarka, the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 presidential election.


The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the organisation, Mr Chuks Ibegbu disclosed this on Thursday in Enugu at a media briefing to mark the second anniversary of the current executive of the organisation.


Ibegbu stated that the clarification became necessary following misconceptions on the event of Nov. 14, 2018, where some Igbo leaders endorsed the candidacy of Atiku Abubakar for the presidency.


It would be recalled that some Igbo leaders had during a meeting in Enugu attended by Atiku and the national leaders of the PDP including the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki endorsed Atiku.


Ibegbu, however, clarified that the said endorsement was done by the friends of Atiku, adding that the organisation had not endorsed any particular candidate.


The deputy national publicity secretary said that the organisation needed to be circumspect, “as our children are in all the political parties.’


“It is erroneous to say that we endorsed Atiku. Ohanaeze Ndigbo did not endorse anybody. That meeting at Nike Lake Resort was organised by friends of Atiku.


“However, due to our peculiar circumstance in the country, we will identify with candidates that will restructure Nigeria if voted into power,” he said.


He said that the organisation would soon meet to take a holistic position on the 2019 general elections.


“Ohanaeze Ndigbo has been canvassing for our people to identify with candidates that will restructure Nigeria.


“We still stand on that and in the next few days we shall meet to take a holistic position on the elections,” he said.


Ibegbu noted that within the two years in office of the Chief John Nwodo led Ohanaeze Ndigbo, “we have given our modest contribution by re-jigging Igbo leadership and issues concerning our people”.


He said that the current leadership of the organisation had built synergy with its affiliate groups with a view to achieving unity in the area.


He said that the dexterity and leadership acumen of Nwodo had positively affected the relationship between the organisation and other ethnic socio-cultural associations in the country.


“This has earned the president general an award as ‘Bridge Builder of the Nation’, which will be presented to him on Jan. 17 by Daily Independent Newspapers,” Ibegbu said.


NAN

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There was elation at the Government House, Enugu on Thursday when three victims of the recent fire outbreak at a petrol station in Trans Ekulu, Enugu whose commercial bus and two tricycles were burnt during the inferno took delivery of replaced ones donated by the governor, in fulfillment of his promise when he visited the scene.


Briefing Government House correspondents, after the bus and tricycles were formally handed over to them by the Executive Secretary of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Mrs. Nkechi Eneh, on behalf of the governor, the jubilant beneficiaries who displayed different dance steps, praising God and thanking the governor for the surprise package, said that today was the happiest day of their lives.

They added that Gov. Ugwuanyi has wiped away their tears and prayed fervently for God to continue to grant him success in all his endeavors, especially his victory at the forthcoming elections.





One of the tricycle operators, John Obalezi said that “we are here because the Governor of Enugu State visited when our keke and bus were burnt and asked us not to cry again that he will wipe our tears. We are here because he invited us today and bought new keke for us and bought a bus for the bus driver. We came to thank the governor and pray for him and his victory in the coming election to complete his 2nd term”.


According to the bus driver, Sunday Ugwu, “I am very happy. Today is the happiest day of my life. I did not believe it was going to happen like this. I don’t have much to say than to thank the Lord and the governor. I even thank the Aunty (Mrs. Eneh) and everybody. I am overjoyed. I did not know that my bus will return back again. I thank the Lord and my God. I thank the governor, Gburugburu, let him continue to lead us in Jesus Name. Amen”.


It would be recalled that the governor had earlier redeemed his promise to the other victims of the incident, accordingly.

Earlier in the week, three widows and two other families, who were victims of the recent fire outbreak that gutted their apartments at Ugboezeji, Abakpa Nike, Enugu, had on Wednesday paid a thank-you visit to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for the timely assistance he offered them to overcome their challenges and start a new life.

It would be recalled that Gov. Ugwuanyi, upon receiving the unfortunate news of the inferno, dispatched a government delegation led by Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Edward Ubosi, to the victims to sympathize and offer them assistance.

Consequently, the governor gave the five tenants the sum of N500, 000 each and N1 million to the landlord to assist her rebuild the property.

Briefing newsmen at the Government House, Enugu, amid excitement, after an audience with the governor, the widows and other victims expressed profound gratitude to him for his kindheartedness, care, compassion, humility and magniminty to the lowly and less privileged.





The victims who sang praise songs for Gov. Ugwuanyi asked God to continue to bless, guide and grant him his heart’s desire, stressing that they were highly honoured to be assisted and also invited to the Government House to interact and be consoled by the governor.

Speaking, the daughter of the late landlord of the burnt property, Priscilla Aniekwe, confirmed that “the Governor of Enugu State came to our rescue and he assisted the landlord with the sum of N1 million and each of the tenants - the three widows and two others - he gave them foods, mattresses, and other relief materials and also gave each of them N500,000”.

According to her, “we are here to appreciate him, to tell him that he has done good things for us. We are so happy for all he has done for us. We are excited; we can’t thank him enough; may the good Lord lift him higher, and promote him wherever he puts his head. Let the good Lord guide and protect him in Jesus Name. Amen”.

One of the widows, Mrs. Nneka Onyekwelu, said: “We are very happy for what our God-fearing governor, Gburugburu has done for us. Let the Almighty God bless him in the Name of Jesus. We had lost all hope when everything we had got burnt into ashes, until he came to our rescue and gave us hope again. May Almighty God help him and give him abundant life. Amen”.

Narrating her ordeal, another widow, Mrs. Patience Eze, stated: “On that 25th December 2018, I went to church and came back, went to the market to buy some things before I could come back fire has razed down my room. I did not bring out anything.

“But when we were crying, asking for where will help come from, surprisingly Governor of Enugu State, Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, came to our rescue and gave us all kinds of assistance. He gave us foods, he gave us money.

“Our prayer is that God will reward him and all those working with him that came to console us and wipe away our tears. He has redeemed all he promised to do for us. All of us are very happy. And we are saying, our governor, it shall be well with you. May God continue to guide and protect you and grant you victory in your re-election this New Year. Goodness and mercy shall not depart from you in Jesus Name. Amen.

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The Chairman, Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the Recovery of Public Property, Chief Okoi Obono Obla on Friday dismissed calls by the House of Representatives for his dismissal as a ploy to derail investigations into corrupt practices.


Obla said recent attacks against him, over an alleged forged WAEC certificate since he commenced investigations into the activities and finances of some senators and members of the House of Representatives, were premeditated.


He said: “The call by the House of Representatives on Mr President to sack me for alleged certificate forgery is hogwash, balderdash and absolute rubbish!


“It is a hatchet job by agents and merchants of corruption and graft that have looted the country for the past 19 years to intimidate, hound and harass me.


“They are agents of looters that I have investigated. Is the house of representatives the police?” he queried in a statement in Lagos.


On the allegation of certificate forgery, Obla stated that he graduated from the university over 30 years ago.


“I left university 30 years ago. I graduated and went to law school. I left Law School in 1990 and was called to Bar in June 1991.


“The university screened me and awarded me a degree after deeming me worthy and after fulfilling the entry requirements.


“I wrote JAMB and scored excellent grades in all the subjects I wrote.


“It is a blackmail contrived by looters and their agents using the House of Representatives,” he said.


Meanwhile, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Obla has also filed a lawsuit against the House of Representatives over the matter.


He is challenging the power of the House of representatives to conduct such an investigation, adding that the report is a hatchet job with a premeditated mission, illegal and unconstitutional.


According to him, the call for his sack was a reaction to the information released by his panel forwarding the names of those under its investigation to the Nigeria Immigration Service.


He said the information required the Service to implement the travel ban stipulated by the Executive Order No 6 of 2018 for those under trial and investigation for corruption and abuse of office.


“I must be a genius to pass through University and Law School, practice law for more than two decades without a school certificate.


“The whole issue is really laughable but it is sad the extent to which corruption can fight back,” he said.

(NAN)

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The 2019 presidential election seems to be getting hotter and hotter, you'll begin to wonder where all these supporters are suddenly emerging from. 

A coalition of 300 Civil Society Organisations (CCSOs) has said that President Muhammadu Buhari had been successful in the counter-insurgency battles and deserves accolade and re-election.


The coalition enjoined Nigerians to re-elect President Buhari because of his success in the fight against insurgents as contained in the report of Center of International and Strategic Studies (CISS).


CISS report on Thursday that President Muhammadu Buhari had been successful unlike the government of former President Goodluck Jonathan.


The coalition said it unanimously reached and adopted the positions and conclusions of CISS of the unbiased and truthful accounts and perspectives into insurgency in Nigeria operations and battles in the country.


“The CCSOs endorsed without hesitations the general conclusions of the report, which aligns with the consensus opinions among majority of Nigerians, including the incipient opposition elements in the country, traditionally obstinate in conceding to the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari’s successes of the counter-insurgency battles.’’


The position of the coalition is contained in Communiqué Issued After A Convention of Coalition of 300 Civil Society Organizations (CCSOs) in Abuja on Thursday which Conscientiously Scrutinized and Deliberated On the Report Titled “The Battle Against Terrorism in Nigeria: A Public Dossier On The War”.


According to the CCSOs, the report “ yawningly re-echoes that President Buhari has frenetically tackled the insurgency with so much vigour, energy and resources.


“It stamps that the President has made the difference in counter-terrorism combat and deserving of loud accolades and commendations.’’


The organissations anchored on the report made by Centre for International and Strategy Studies (CISS) Dated December 20, 2018 which they reviewed, assessed and appraised.


The communiqué was signed by Comrade Okpokwu Ogenyi, Chairman, Communique Drafting Committee; Mr. Mshelizza Yusuf, Secretary of Communique Drafting Committee; and Comrade Musa Nasiru, a member of the communiqué committee.


According to the communiqué, “the report vacated previously erroneous notions and fogs orchestrated by detractors to veil the successes of the counter-insurgency operations under the Buhari Presidency.


“It also rated as very high, the performance of the Nigerian Military, especially the Nigerian Army, under the leadership of the COAS Lt. TY Buratai who is also the leader of the counter-insurgency.


“For the benefit of Nigerians yet to read the report on combat of terrorism in Nigeria under the preceding and incumbent governments in Nigeria, as compiled by the Centre for International and Strategy Studies, the CCSOs have burdened themselves to highlight a few areas for emphasis.


“The CISS report resoundingly reechoed that on assumption of office by President Buhari on May 29, 2015, Boko Haram terrorists had violently seized, occupied and dislodged natives in several local governments areas in the Northeast.


“The insurgents exercised unchallenged traditional and religious leadership of these communities by establishing its brand of Islamic Caliphate.


Excerpts from the CISS report emphasized that a BBC report of September, 20, 2014 that Boko Haram militants were in charge of at least 25 towns and villages in Northeast Nigeria , the region’s Roman catholic Bishop has claimed, warning of a deteriorating security situation.


Bishop Oliver Dashe said, 10 towns in Yobe state, the same number in Borno and five in Adamawa had fallen to the rebels over the last month, as they seek to carve out a hardline Islamic State.”


“Furthermore, the report elucidated that by the end of 2014 under the Jonathan Presidency, Boko Haram had “ Before the declaration of state of emergency, Boko Haram had overpowered local administrators and law enforcement in Northern Borno close to Nigeria’s border with Cameroun, Chad and Niger and taken over Marte, Magumeri, Mobbar, Gubio, Guzamala, Abadam, Kukawa, Kaga, Nganzai and Mungono LGAs. After the declaration and the massive deployment of soldiers to the region, Boko Haram continued to operate relatively freely and seized additional seven LGAs.”


CCSOs noted with a sense of responsibility that the Jonathan Presidency could not arrest the drift and intensification of insurgents conquest of Nigerian territories.


President Buhari inherited a country, whose no fewer than 24 LGAs were firmly under the total control and administration of Boko Haram terrorists.


Excitingly, the Buhari Presidency has reclaimed every territory previously held by insurgents as far back as 2016.


The CISS report, they said acknowledged President Buhari’s attention, strictness and victories against Boko Haram terrorists.


CISS said: “Among the earliest acts in office was to replace the heads of the army, navy and air force. The new army chief and the commanding officer in charge of operations against Boko Haram both hail from Northern Nigeria and by many accounts, they have taken a more proactive approach than their predecessors toward countering the group.”


Additionally, the report says; “Today, Muhammadu Buhari administration has achieved much when pitched in direct comparison with efforts of the former regime to manage the insecurity menace in the Northeastern region of the country where insurgency has thrived over the years.”


The CISS report identified Mr. President’s hard stand against corruption, which hitherto rocked the Nigerian Military, frustrated and weakened the battle against insurgency, as reason for his success. Buhari’s insistence on transparency and accountability in the prosecution of the war were added ingredients.


“President Muhammadu Buhari’s agenda against corruption has ultimately resulted in more transparency and accountability in the prosecution of the war against the Boko Haram insurgency.”


The CISS report proceeded to chronicle several incidents of successes and victories against Boko Haram insurgents under President which were before mere dreams, but have become the subject of malicious denials by political persecutors of President Buhari.


The report observed that the Buhari Presidency achieved remarkable triumph over terrorists evidenced by “Creating suitable conditions for the safe return of the more than two million people displaced by Boko Haram’s violence has been ongoing since 2015. In early 2016, President Buhari appointed a new committee led by a retired general, to oversee its reconstruction and development program for the Northeast.


Independently, CISS also reiterated isolated milestones in the terrorism combat under President Buhari, which have been in public domain.


“These include, either the arrest of Boko Haram top commanders by the Nigerian Army or their deaths during fierce battles with Nigerian troops, such as namely Audu Ahmadu, a Boko Haram engineer who repairs automobiles; Abu Rajal and Tuja Sa’inna Banki and Abu Nazir who had been on military’s wanted list.


“Securing freedom for a greater number of the abducted Chibok and Dapchi schoolgirls and tens of thousands of other Nigerians held hostage by terrorists and the capture of Sambisa forest in Borno have been reflected in the report.


“It applauded the Gen. Buratai’s excellent Civil/Military Relations which he deployed positively in currying support of the populace to battle the asymmetric terrorism war. And Army Chief’s establishment of the Nigerian Army Call center and Human Rights Desk in all Army Divisions in addressing issues of human rights abuses by its personnel have been brought to the fore.


The report expatiates; “… the groups (Boko Haram sects) decline is also the result of multiple processes at the regional and local level. The new administration was pivotal in coordinating regional and international response to Boko Haram, persuading the US to sell arms to Nigeria again and working closely with regional states involved in the fight.”


“Therefore, the CCSOs are ennobled by this report to state empathically that Nigerians should not allow a reversal of the gains recorded against Boko Haram terrorism under the current administration by siding with selfish political jobbers and power mongers to oust President Buhari in 2019. If Nigerians allow this conspiracy and gang-up to work in favour of the plotters, terrorism will again assail the nation more fiercely than experienced prior to the Buhari Presidency.


“Nigerians are persuaded to endorse and work assiduously for the re-election of President Buhari for a second term in office to finally lay to rest, the ghost of terrorism in Nigeria. A deviation from this trajectory would be disastrous.


The CCSOs commended the Centre for International and Strategy Studies (CISS) for their diligence, accuracy and time devoted to this energy-sapping report, spanning the period of 2013-2018.


“Certainly, the CCSOs adjudged it as a priced document worthy of attention by all Nigerians and indeed, members of the international community in search of an unbiased and truthful accounts and perspectives into insurgency in Nigeria operations and battles in the country.


“We have no doubt about the issues articulated in the report as reflective of Nigeria’s several years of struggle with the Boko Haram terrorism, reflecting its evolution, its rise, government responses to the insurgency under the regimes of former President Goodluck Jonathan and the incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, foreign interventions/ aids and local involvement in the fight as well as the performance of the Nigerian Military in exacerbating or blighting the fires of the terrorism scourge on Nigeria. ‘’


(NAN)

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Crisis within APC has proven to be unquenchable but rather persistence and irrevocable. The All Progressives Congress has resolved to probe the Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun; and his Imo State counterpart, Rochas Okorocha, for alleged anti-party activities.


According to a reliable source, the decision was part of the resolutions reached at the National Working Committee meeting held in Abuja on Tuesday where the state, local government and ward executives committees in the two states were dissolved.

A member of the NWC said,

“The party has sent letters to the governors to explain what has been attributed to them in the media and their commitment to the party’s ideals. We want to give them a fair hearing.”

Meanwhile, the APC National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole, on Wednesday inaugurated a nine-member caretaker committee for the Imo APC.


The committee chaired by Mr  Marcellinus Nlemigbo would oversee the affairs of the party in the state.

Other members are Ugochukwu Nzekwe (Deputy Chairman), Lady Love Ineh (Secretary), Enyinna Onuegbu, Canice Nwachukwu, Mrs Josephine Nnorom (woman leader), Paul Para, Chief Linus Ineoha (Organising Secretary) and Nicholas Osuagwu (Zonal Chairman).

Inaugurating the committee, Oshiomhole said the party would begin the campaign of its Imo State governorship candidate, Senator Hope Uzodinma, on Friday in Owerri, the state capital.

He urged members of the committee to close ranks with Uzodinma and other candidates of the party by mobilising supporters across the state to ensure victory in the 2019 polls.

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A statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi has been removed from Ghana’s most prestigious university after complaints that he was racist against black Africans.

India’s former president Pranab Mukherjee unveiled the statue to the global peace icon at the University of Ghana in Accra two years ago as a symbol of ties between the two nations.


But lecturers soon began a petition calling for its removal, citing passages written by Gandhi claiming that Indians were “infinitely superior” to black Africans.


The online protest was one of a number on university campuses in Africa and beyond about the enduring symbols of the continent’s colonial past.


The Gandhi statue on the university’s Legon campus in Accra appeared to have been removed overnight Tuesday to Wednesday, students and lecturers told AFP.


The head of language, literature and drama at the Institute of African Studies, Obadele Kambon, said the removal was an issue of “self-respect”.


“If we show that we have no respect for ourselves and look down on our own heroes and praise others who had no respect for us, then there is an issue,” he said.


“If we indeed don’t show any self respect for our heroes, how can the world respect us? This is victory for black dignity and self-respect. The campaign has paid off.”


Student Adelaide Twum said the move was “long overdue”. “I’m so excited. This has nothing to do with diplomatic ties,” she added.


Another student, Benjamin Mensah, said: “It’s a massive win for all Ghanaians because it was constantly reminding us of how inferior we are.”


The university authorities refused to comment while an official at Ghana’s foreign affairs ministry said only: “It’s an internal decision by the university.”


Ghana’s former government had said the statue would be relocated “to avoid the controversy… becoming a distraction from our strong ties of friendship” with India.


Campaigners in Malawi are currently trying to stop a statue of Gandhi going up in the capital Blantyre, also arguing that he used racial slurs against black people.


Though Gandhi is more commonly remembered for his non-violent resistance to British colonial rule in his native India, his legacy in Africa is more mixed.


He lived and worked as a lawyer in South Africa from 1893 to 1915.


AFP

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A statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi has been removed from Ghana’s most prestigious university after complaints that he was racist against black Africans.

India’s former president Pranab Mukherjee unveiled the statue to the global peace icon at the University of Ghana in Accra two years ago as a symbol of ties between the two nations.


But lecturers soon began a petition calling for its removal, citing passages written by Gandhi claiming that Indians were “infinitely superior” to black Africans.


The online protest was one of a number on university campuses in Africa and beyond about the enduring symbols of the continent’s colonial past.


The Gandhi statue on the university’s Legon campus in Accra appeared to have been removed overnight Tuesday to Wednesday, students and lecturers told AFP.


The head of language, literature and drama at the Institute of African Studies, Obadele Kambon, said the removal was an issue of “self-respect”.


“If we show that we have no respect for ourselves and look down on our own heroes and praise others who had no respect for us, then there is an issue,” he said.


“If we indeed don’t show any self respect for our heroes, how can the world respect us? This is victory for black dignity and self-respect. The campaign has paid off.”


Student Adelaide Twum said the move was “long overdue”. “I’m so excited. This has nothing to do with diplomatic ties,” she added.


Another student, Benjamin Mensah, said: “It’s a massive win for all Ghanaians because it was constantly reminding us of how inferior we are.”


The university authorities refused to comment while an official at Ghana’s foreign affairs ministry said only: “It’s an internal decision by the university.”


Ghana’s former government had said the statue would be relocated “to avoid the controversy… becoming a distraction from our strong ties of friendship” with India.


Campaigners in Malawi are currently trying to stop a statue of Gandhi going up in the capital Blantyre, also arguing that he used racial slurs against black people.


Though Gandhi is more commonly remembered for his non-violent resistance to British colonial rule in his native India, his legacy in Africa is more mixed.


He lived and worked as a lawyer in South Africa from 1893 to 1915.


AFP

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President Muhammadu Buhari will on Wednesday next week present the 2019 appropriation bill to a joint session of the National Assembly.


This was announced on Thursday in a letter sent to the National Assembly and read on the floor of the House by the speaker, Yakubu Dogara.


“May I crave the kind indulgence of the House of Representatives to grant me the slot of 11 hours on Wednesday, 19th December 2018 to formally present the 2019 appropriation bill in a joint session and lay before the NASS the 2019 budget proposal,” President Buhari said in the letter.


More to follow….


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The neglect and insensitivity of the Abia State government towards its pensioners was yesterday confirmed by the absence of the governor and his representative at the 2018 Pensioners’ Day.


The event which held at the Pensioners’ House (under construction) at Ogwurube Layout was not attended by any government official. One of the pensioners slumped but was quickly revived by his colleagues using the programme booklet as hand fans.


Addressing the pensioners, Chairman of the Abia State Council, Comrade Chukwuma Udensi, explained that the members were adorned in black attire to show their dismay with the treatment meted to them by the state government.


“Let me quickly explain that the black attire worn by delegates to this function signified the mourning over unusual neglect of pensioners by government and death of many of our colleagues as a result of sickness, frustration, hunger and lack of medicare.”


He explained that after series of meeting with the governor, he ended up with mouth-watering promises on clearance of arrears of pensions whose implementation is yet to begin.


Udensi listed huge arrears of unpaid pensions and gratuities owed retirees in the state as among the constraints to the completion of the secretariat, lamenting the complicity of the State House of Assembly and the Nigeria Labour Congress, (NLC), which he said was “playing the Ostrich, forgetting that a worker today will obviously become a pensioner tomorrow.”


The chairman called on the state government to begin to pay them on monthly basis from the federal accounts allocation and set up a committee to work out the modalities for implementing the various percentage awards to pensioners by the Federal Government.


Chairman of the occasion and traditional ruler of Nise Nvosi, Professor B. O. Dike, said after years of selfless service to the government the pensioners deserved to be given their due pension and gratuity, especially because some of them did not achieve much within the years of service.


Source: New Telegraph Newspaper.

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The Police in Abia on Wednesday arrested 51 persons suspected to be members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, claiming they “operate as members of Judaism,’’ in Umuahia.


The command’s Public Relations Officer, Mr. Geoffrey Ogbonna, confirmed the arrest in a telephone interview with News Agency of Nigeria in Umuahia.


Ogbonna, a Superintendent of Police, said the suspects were arrested for allegedly being in possession of assorted insignia of the outlawed IPOB.


He said that the suspects comprised 41 men and 10 women, adding that they would be arraigned at the end of the investigation.


NAN reports that the suspects held a procession on major streets of Umuahia, carrying placards with different inscriptions written in the Jewish Language.


They were intercepted by a team of anti-riot policemen, who shot several teargas canisters in their attempt to disperse the procession.


The development caused stampede at Isigate Market as traders, shop owners, passers-by and motorists ran in different directions for safety.


The suspects, who were dressed in religious white attires with small caps (yarmulke) similar to those of the Jews, began the procession from Afaraukwu community, where the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, hails from; but were dispersed at Isigate.


One of the members, who identified himself as Israel el-Ibe, told newsmen that the procession was organised to “publicly demonstrate our desire to be allowed to have a Jewish state of our own in Biafra land because we are Jews in Biafra land.”


 

(NAN)

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