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"I'm Not Part Of This Attack On Nigeria" Joe Igbokwe Says After IPOB Burned Students' Bikes In Imo

Anambra-born politician, Joe Igbokwe has reacted to the attack launched on Comprehensive Secondary School in Ukume Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State on Monday morning where motorcycles belonging to students who were writing exams were set on fire by the members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and Eastern Security Network (ESN).

According to the Lagos base politician (Joe) in his post on Facebook some hours ago, the attack on the innocent students is also a direct attack on the state (Nigeria).

Joe's earlier stand that he is not part of IPOB/ESN's attack on Nigeria and the South-East region was again reiterated in the post. "My hand no dey ooh", he said.

The above statement from the current Special Assistant to the Lagos State governor on Drainage and Water Resources Matters came as a comment under a post he earlier made about the incident on his Facebook page.

In the video he shared with the post, over ten motorcycles were seen on fire in the school compound. It was reported that the criminals attacked the students for disobeying their Sit-At-Home order in the state/region.

Check out the main Facebook post from Joe Igbokwe and the comment where he made the statement below. You can also watch the video by clicking on these colored words.

What are your reactions to these activists of IPOB/ESN in the Southeast? Don't you think ordinary citizens are gradually been affected?

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Eastern Security Network IPOB Joe Igbokwe Lagos State Nigeria


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