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Lagos Governor’s Aide, Joe Igbokwe Among Those Sponsoring Unknown Gunmen In South-East—Nnamdi Kanu’s Disciple




Simon Ekpa, the Finland-based self acclaimed disciple of the chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has alleged {that a} Lagos chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Joe Igbokwe is without doubt one of the financiers of unknown gunmen terrorising South-East area. 

Ekpa, a former Radio Biafra broadcaster stated this whereas reacting to Igbokwe’s assertion that IPOB members burnt his home in Nnewi, Anambra state on Sunday. 

Igbogwe, the particular adviser on drainage and water assets to Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, claimed that members of the pro-Biafra separatist group invaded his home on Sunday.

In his posts on Fb, the politician stated no life was misplaced within the incident.

He stated the closed-circuit tv (CCTV) in his home captured the actions of the arsonists.

Igbokwe wrote, “IPOB invaded my home in Nnewi about now. I’m positive they (razed) down my home, (given) the jerrycans of petrol I noticed being offloaded from their Sienna automobile by way of CCTV. To God be the glory. I’m nonetheless alive.”

The APC chieftain additionally shared a video from the aftermath of the assault, with an accompanying caption that reads: “Right here it’s. My Residence in Nnewi has been sacrificed. No life was misplaced. To God be the glory.”

Reacting on his verified Twitter web page, Ekpa stated Igbokwe’s assertion vindicated IPOB members. 

He alleged that Igbokwe burnt his personal residence to tarnish the picture of the secessionist group. 

Ekpa tweeted, “Joe Igbokwe’s remark that ‘my home in Nnewi has been sacrificed’ vindicated IPOB, it is usually a affirmation that he’s a part of the sponsors of unknown gunmen within the southeast by sacrificing his personal home, burning it down simply to dent the picture of IPOB & ESN.”

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