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Sit-at-home: Nnamani Responds to Suspected IPOB Members Assaulting Students

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Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, former governor of Enugu State, has voiced outrage at the recent attack on schoolchildren and teachers in the South-East by unknown gunmen alleged to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

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According to reports, some unknown gunmen whipped some students and instructors on Wednesday for disobeying a sit-in order to protest the arrest of IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, who is still in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS).

In a series of tweets on Thursday, however, the former Enugu East Senator blamed the attacks on students and teachers on tribalism and religious prejudice.

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Nnamani stated that the unfortunate development occurs only in a society that praises incompetence, half knowledge, and ignorance, and that it is a sign of the downfall of Igbo civilization.

“The Decline and Fall of Igbo Civilization,” he wrote. foreign occurrences in a foreign land. How do we explain the Igbo practice of whipping schoolchildren, teachers, and mothers? Offense?

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“Igbambo (Hustle), Igbo fulfilling the mythological trinity!” Only in a society where incompetence, half knowledge, and ignorance are celebrated. “Everything is shrouded in the deepest eclipse of tribalism and religious bigotry.”

The IPOB’s sit-in order has taken numerous lives, while businesses have been halted as panic grips citizens in the country’s south-eastern regions.

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