Joe Igbokwe frowns at the killing of Chike Akunyili, sends message to FG
The Chieftain of the All Professional Congress (APC) in Lagos State, Joe Igbokwe, has urged the Federal Government to declare a State of Emergency in the South East area of Nigeria.
Igbokwe frowned at Tuesday’s killing of late Prof. Dora Akunyili’s husband, Chike Akunyili, the former director-general of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.
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He condemned South East leaders for being blind eye to the ugly menace going on in the area.
As reported by Politics Nigeria, in his words, “SINCE GOVERNORS AND OUR LEADERS IN THE SOUTHEAST ARE NOW DEAF AND DUMB LET ME SAY IT WITH ALL THE EMPHASIS IN MY COMMAND THAT FG SHOULD DECLARE STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE SE,” Igbokwe wrote on his known Facebook page on Wednesday. jamb results
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