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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Igbokwe To Abaribe : You're Fanning Embers Of War, Leave Senate And Join IPOB Leader

                          • Abaribe



By Godwin Akomah

Special Adviser to Lagos Governor on Drainage and Water Resources, Engr. Joe Igbokwe, has berated
the Senate Minority Leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe,  for wearing a customised T shirt bearing the flag of Biafra while still serving a Senator of Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Igbokwe, in a post on his Facebook page, claimed Abaribe had been fanning the embers of division and war, calling on him to leave the Senate, go home and join the leader of the proscribed Indegenous People of Biafra(IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain who had earlier described Abaribe as “an elder for nothing and an ethnic bigot,” noted that despite 
swearing  an oath to pay allegiance to the corporate existence of Nigeria as a political entity, the Senator from Abia State deliberately attack Nigeria by wearing a T - shirt bearing flag of  Biafra.

He stated :"Abaribe is in the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. He swore an oath to pay allegiance to the corporate existence of Nigeria as a political entity. Abaribe promised to be faithful , loyal and honest . To serve Nigeria with all his strength. To defend her unity and uphold her honour and glory.

"Look at this T-shirt very well. It bears Biafra flag and colour. This is deliberate attack on Nigeria. Abaribe as a Senator took Nnamdi Kanu on bail and today he cannot produce him. 

"Today I do not know how many young Igbo that died in confrontation with the Nigerian Armed Forces that went to South East to stop the killing of Police officers, destruction of police formations, public institutions, and breaking of prison gates.

"Abaribe cannot sit in the Senate and still continue to fan the embers of disunity and war.

" It is counterproductive, totally unpatriotic and totally unacceptable. Abaribe should just (go) home and join Nnamdi Kanu."

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