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Katsina: Senator Abu Ibrahim Escape Angry Mob Attack in Funtua

An event that was supposed to be memorable turned out to be chaotic in local government of State earlier today, Saturday 15th of April, 2017.


 

Katsina state APC chapter was at Funtua local government to receive over 11,000 new members into the party at an event that was held in Funtua LG.

Funtua zone is one of the largest political zones with huge number of electorates in the zone.

Among dignitaries that attended the political gathering includes His Excellency RT. Hon Aminu Bello Masari [Dallatun Katsina], Katsina APC party Chairman Mallam Shittu, Special assistant Special duties Hon Tanimu Sada, Senator and many honorably members house of representatives and state assembly.

Unfortunately Funtua electorates are not happy with the way Senator Abu Ibrahim conducts his affairs as the Senator representing Funtua at the National assembly Abuja which led to the attempt of attack by the people to Senator Abu Ibrahim.

An eye witness who craved for anonymity disclosed to us that the people started shouting at the Senator and later begun throwing stones at him smashing and damaging his car.
According to him: “It took a while before Governor Aminu Bello Masari came to his rescue and whisked him away in official vehicle.”

People of Funtua said they were not happy with Senator Abu Ibrahim for not performing his duties to his people as their Senator while others were angry over the senator’s inability to show any willingness in supporting policies of President Muhammed Buhari.

Another source who requested not to be named also revealed to us that the Deputy Commissioner of Police in Katsina had earlier on tried to reach out to the Senator prior the event but couldn’t reached the senator.

Currently the senator is in good hands as Gov. Masari saved him from being mobbed by angrily electorate in Funtua zone.


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Farouk Mohammed

Farouk Mohammed is a Senior Editor at Okay Nigeria (Okay.NG). He has been publishing for 5 years and focused more on Local/World News on Okay Nigeria.

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