Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Igbo Youths Stand Up For Saraki, Barricade National Assembly
Protesters have barricaded the National Assembly drumming support for the embattled Senate President, Bukola Saraki and his deputy Ike Ekweremadu. The pro democracy group, Ohanaeze Ndi-Igbo Youth Movement ,ONYM, led by Mr Uche Nnadi told newsmen that the rally to the National Assembly was also to protest the use of anti-corruption war by politicians for personal gains.
“This despair is caused by the fact that the anti-corruption war which Nigeria in general and Igbo youths have keyed into is being misused by few political elite to fight their political war.
“We must state categorically that it is an act of corruption to use the anti-corruption war for party politics and political benefits,’’ Nnadi said.
He faulted the trial of Saraki by the Code of Conduct Tribunal, saying that he was being persecuted because his emergence as Senate President allowed an Igbo man to be the Deputy Senate President.
The protesters displayed placards such as “No to Witch-hunting” and “No to Plot To Destabilize National Assembly”, as they continued singing Saraki should be left alone.
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