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Youths Takes To Streets In Massive Protest Against Ebubeagu

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Some of the insecurity in the Southeastern region has garnered the attention of some youth leaders who today embarked on a massive protest against the Ebubeagu security outfit in Aba, Abia State.

Under the aegis of Coalition of South East Youth Leaders, the youths alleged the Ebubeagu outfit is a militia set up by some governors to annihilate Igbo youths.

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“It is used by some South East Governors to kill our youths in their prime while leaving the real Fulani terrorists and Jihadists to be moving freely in our forests and bushes kidnapping our people, raping our women and killing our people at will,” they said.

The protest which started from Faulks Road Aba, moved to Okigwe road, Azikiwe road, Asa road and ended at Aba-Owerri road.

“In Imo state, the protest will not stop until the Governor Hope Uzodinma resigns as governor of the state,” the protesters vowed.

Speaking, Goodluck Ibem, the President General of COSEYL said, “The Enugu – Port Harcourt expressway mainly the boundary between Abia and Imo state have been taken over by Fulani terrorists and kidnappers who kidnap our people on daily basis and nothing serious have been done to arrest these criminals committing such atrocities on Igbo soil.

“Ebubeagu killed 21 innocent youths returning from a traditional marriage in Awo Ommamma village in Oru East Local Government Area of Imo State accusing them of being bandits whereas the real criminals who are the Fulani Jihadists and terrorists are left unchecked in the zone.

“It is now a crime to be a youth in Imo State as our youths are now killed at random”.

COSEYL said, they are taking the protest to Imo State after Aba “because Governor Hope Uzodinma have committed so much crime against humanity with Ebubeagu security outfit.”

 

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