Lawan, Ngige pay solidarity visit to Ekweremadu after IPOB attack in Germany Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 28, 2021

The President of the Nigerian Senate, Ahmad Lawan, and the former Minister of Labour, Senator Chris Ngige, have paid a solidarity visit to former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu.

President of the Senate, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan (middle) discussing with former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu (left) and former Minister of Labour, Senator Chris Ngige, during a solidarity visit by the Senate President to Ekweremadu, on Monday, 19th August, following the incident that happened in Nuremberg, Germany, at the weekend.

The visit, on Monday, 19 August, followed the attack on Ekweremadu in Nuremberg, Germany, at the weekend.

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He was assaulted by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra who targeted him because he reportedly failed to defend them with the right legislative agenda during their attempt to break up from Nigeria in 2016 and 2017.

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