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The Guardian Nigeria Aug 28
"What I would say is that next time any group of Nigerians are planning to beat up any Nigerian politician, and they don’t let me know about it, I will be very offended."
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Tracking Fulani Hate Aug 24
We oppose ethnic profiling of as or as , etc, sadly the are the main ethnic profilers of the . Even the attack on was was blamed on . The are Nigerian media main enablers of ethnic profiling. Very wrong.
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Daily Trust Sep 1
The national outrage provoked across political, ethnic, and religious boundaries by the assault on the former Deputy President of Senate, Senator Ike , by...
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Prof Mazi Pita®️ 🇳🇬🇬🇧(Prof by Affidavit) Aug 23
I just woke up to find pictures of London based daughter Sylvia Ekweremadu on FB with comments from IPOB members "daughter of a criminal". "IPOB in London stone her to death". "No hiding place for the wicked". What has she done 2 IPOB? Ur case is with her dad not her.
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Citizen Toni Labrador 🇮🇱🇺🇸🇮🇲🎰 Aug 29
Replying to @CHINAEZURUM
Can you draw a parallel between that video and the issue in Nuremberg? Can the people of West Cameroon ruffle this man on the street?
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Ruona J. Meyer Sep 2
This weekend, the German Police told me they have 4 persons of interest in the attack, and are reviewing video evidence for more. To come: A video interview with Nigeria's Ambassador I held immediately after, in which he responds to the German Police, IPOB
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Shy_Shy😋😋😗 Aug 27
This is the funniest video I've seen in a while 😂
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🔱 Cho' L Eric Aug 21
It's often said in SE that, "Igbo enwe'e Eze". Rough translation: Igbos don't have a king. Meaning: the tribe does not have a "slave<master mentality". This case is proof. True democracy, imho.
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IYAMI OKANDEJI AMOPE (EJA LO NI BU) Aug 18
Let's start a socially acceptable revolution: We look for Nigerian politicians children schooling abroad We gather at their school entrance We write their names on placards, for instance; "London business school" withdraw Ada 's admission and send her back home
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Sexzy Shadia #KereO™🦜 Aug 23
Rioters that beat Ekweremadu have been identified by police force in Germany, investigations are still on going.
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TeamOfor2019 Aug 20
And like said, Let us leave Nnamdi Kanu with the verdict of History, the dictate of his conscience and possibly the repercussions of ingratitude.
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TeamOfor2019 Aug 20
Sen. Ekweremadu was among the few Senators from SE that condemned the proscription of IPOB and it’s declaration as a terrorist group.
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Dr Kemi Olunloyo Aug 25
Igbo week is over. From the huge fraudster bust by the to the arrest to the attack to the empty death threats on our president See you soon.
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Chikere Ezeh Aug 17
A very sad day for Ndi Igbo.
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King Neptune🔱 Aug 22
Only Nigerians can see this on tribal prism. Non Nigerians sees it as "Nigerians behaving badly as usual". Same applies to the beating in Germany, it's Nigerians that are causing mayhem....they care less about or his attire or any IPOB shenanigans.
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Mukulu🗿 Aug 23
’s former Deputy Senate President, Ike came to his own & his own rejected him in at the New Yam festival. If were in today’s Nigeria, he would only need to contribute a few tubers of yam and kola nut and say sorry and all would be forgiven.
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The Guardian Nigeria Sep 10
The three-man tribunal held that the former Deputy Senate President was duly elected with valid votes cast during the February 23, 2019 polls.
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allAfrica.com Sep 2
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iSERVE 2050 | #LeadershipMatters #NwanyiBuIFE #ABC Aug 17
Nigeria & Germany are democratic nations, both governed by the RULE OF LAW. There's NO excuse or justification for the physical assaults/verbal attacks on former Deputy Senate President in Germany, allegedly by IPOB. We totally condemn these brazen acts of lawlessness
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TeamOfor2019 Aug 20
Senator Ekweremadu was one of the few Senators from SE that condemned Operation python dance. He is the least person expected to receive such humiliation and treatment. And for MNK to take responsibility of that assault shows he is been very mischievous.
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