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Anti-IPOB Protesters Storm National Assembly, Challenge Senator Abaribe To Show Projects After 16 Years [VIDEO]

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Anti-IPOB Protesters Storm National Assembly, Challenge Senator Abaribe To Show Projects After 16 Years [VIDEO]

A group of anti IPOB protesters in Tuesday stormed the National Assembly complex in Abuja where they accused the Senator representing Abia South, Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe of having nothing to show as constituency project after his near 16 years in the Senate.

Chukwuka Ofoegbu alias IjeleSpeaks

Chukwuka Ofoegbu alias IjeleSpeaks

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The protester led by one Chukwuka Ofoegbu alias IjeleSpeaks accused the Senate Deputy Leader of having a political romance with the proscribed group, challenging him and other representatives to speak up against the activities of IPOB in South East region.

They were seen carrying placards with various inscriptions at the Assembly complex.

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The protesters while accusing the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB of killing more than 1,000 persons since it began its weekly sit-at-home protest in South East zone in solidarity with its detained leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu challenged Abaribe to deny his support for the group.

Ofoegbu insisted that South East region is not known for bloodshed as well as the massive destruction currently witnessed there.

Another protester challenged Sen. Abaribe to show his constituency projects instead of anchoring his support on a proscribed group, saying Ariaria market which falls within the Senator’s constituency is in dilapidation following years of neglect.

They wondered why the Abia South senator and his family members are not members of IPOB which he allegedly supports.

The group exonerated Fulani herdsmen from killings in South East region especially Imo state insisting that the perpetrators are Igbo people.

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