On Sunday, there was drama between the APC governorship candidate in Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and a lady who verbally harassed him during an interactive session.
As part of his campaign activities, Sanwo-Olu had an interactive session with some residents of the state where he availed them the opportunity to ask questions on his plans for the state if he wins the governorship election.
However, during the question and answer session, a lady caused a stir when she verbally harrassed him while she was asking her question and trying to air her view on issues bothering residents of the state.
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That is that, however in another gist; The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has ordered residents of Aba, in Abia State, to sit at home, during President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit.
Buhari is scheduled to commission the 9.5MW Independent Power Plant, at Ariaria Market in Osisioma Ngwa council area.
The President will also attend the All Progressives Congress (APC) rally at the Enyimba Stadium.
In a statement signed by the Media and Publicity Secretary of the group, Comrade Emma Powerful, IPOB urged her members in Aba and its environs, to ensure that the visiting President meets an empty Enyimba stadium because he is not welcome in the city.
“All family members of IPOB within Aba metropolis are hereby instructed to observe a mini sit at home tomorrow (today) 29th January 2019 in total boycott of the impostor, Jubril AL-Sudani who is slated to be in Aba for an Islamic evil APC rally.
“We must ensure that Jubril meets an empty stadium today because his murderous presence is not welcome in our land. Do not go out for any reason, do not engage in any zoo political discussion as their Boko Haram and Janjaweed army are on standby to kill. Stay indoors from 6am to 4pm,” it read.