Friday, 4 November 2016

Patience Jonathan: South-East, South-South youth groups vow to shut down Lagos, Abuja

Patience Jonathan: South-East, South-South youth groups vow to shut down Lagos, Abuja

Group accuses Patience Jonathan of hiring thugs to protest against Dickson
‎A coalition of South-East and South-South youth groups rose from a meeting in Enugu on Friday calling on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to stop what they called desperate moves to humiliate former first lady, Patience Jonathan.
The groups said the on-going probe of Mrs. Jonathan was nothing but a calculated attempt to embarrass the former President’s family.
‎A communique issued at the end of the meeting was signed by the following groups: South East Youth Forum: Chika Chukwu, Igbo Youth Coalition: Ndidi Amalu, Niger Delta Youth Council: Deceline Horsefal, South East Students Movement: Onyeka Ado, Mgborogwu Umu Igbo: Osmond Eluwa and Ebonyi Youth Consultative Forum: Ndukwe Martin.
Others were Centre for Igbo Youth Affair: Akobudu Okere, Igbo Youth Network: Okeke Callistus, Ntorobia Igbo Congress: Silas Ononye‎, Ndigbo Youth Rennaisance: Ekeledo Christian, Association of all Ngwa Youths: Olewengwa Magnus and‎ South-East/South-South Bridge: Douglas Brown.
‎They resolved as follows:
“We the undersigned groups under the Coalition of Youths of South-East and South-South some of who are Affiliated to Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youths after an emergency meeting held at on Thursday 3rd November 2016 on the issue of the bank deposit of the former first Lady Mrs. Patience Jonathan and the trials going on with respect to that state as follows:
“We deplore the sensationalization of the matter and the attempt to denigrate the status of the former first lady.

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