Watch! Nigerians In Germany Beat Up Nigerian Senator for Allegedly Seeking Medical Care Overseas

Watch! Nigerians In Germany Beat Up Nigerian Senator for Allegedly Seeking Medical Care Overseas. The senator was allegedly in Germany for medical care.

Senator Ike Ekweremadu, the previous Deputy President of the Senate of Nigeria, felt the anger other Nigerian citizens in Nuremberg in Germany. The senator was allegedly in Germany for medical care. He was then beat up by other Nigerians, the people who were beating him up also sent him away telling him to build hospitals in Nigeria.

The Independent Peoples Of Biafra declared responsibility for the attack, they also pledged to beat up other Nigerian officials who go outside of Nigeria. The video of the Nigerian citizens beating up the former Deputy President of the Senate of Nigeria made rounds on social media. Tweeps commented on the action taken against the senator. Pressure group African Observatory says, “We congratulate and thank all those who took part in this. We would appreciate if #Nigerians in all parts of the #world are on the look out for such. It must simply stop. If #taxpayers cannot be airlifted for quality healthcare then @NigeriaGov workers must not. Build hospital.”

One tweep says, “Extreme but the message has been communicated loudly.” One tweep says, “YESSIR! We need this everywhere. All these corrupted senators/leaders should be treated like this. No place should be safe.” One tweep says, “It’s about time they fought for something. They need to kick all those corrupt leaders out. According to other tweeps the Senator was invited by the Igbo community to celebrate an Igbo traditional festival, thereafter he was attacked by the Independent Peoples Of Biafra.

Video In Link:

https://mobile.twitter.com/blakaende2/status/1164829843676024839

The tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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