#Ekweremadu: German Government Pens Down Letter To Nigerian Government - Ebysblog.com

#Ekweremadu: German Government Pens Down Letter To Nigerian Government

The German government has broken silence on the saga of the Ekweremadu. The escalated issue of Nigerians beating him up(Senator Ekweremadu) in Germany. The Minister of Foreign Affairs/Vice Chancellor wrote a letter to the Germany government. Details as follows;

Heiko Maas letter to Buhari

Heiko Maas
Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor
Federal Republic of Germany
Federal Foreign Office (Berlin Head Office)
Street address:
Werderscher Markt 1
10117 Berlin
Postal address:
Auswärtiges Amt
11013 Berlin

August 20, 2019

Alhaji Muhammadu Buhari
President of Nigeria
Aso Rock,
Abuja FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.

Dear Alhaji,

Re: Request to Prosecute Nigerian Political Protestors at Nuremberg.

I find it highly provocative and unusually undiplomatic, for a Government that created the conditions that drove her citizens into exile, to request that same citizens be prosecuted by the host country, for demanding justice and equity from their government officials.

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Germany is a democratic country that has taken in, and granted asylum to refugees from all over the world. Freedom of association and the right to political protest is the right of everyone resident in Germany. I, Heiko Maas has been plastered with rotten eggs and rotten tomatoes by my constituents. It comes with the office. No protester was shot, jailed, killed, or deported.

Everyday, my Ambassador to Nigeria, Bernhard Schlagheck informs me of the atrocities being perpetrated by Fulani Terrorist Herdsmen on unarmed innocent Nigerians as part of an ethnic cleansing program and eventual ruganization of Nigeria. These atrocities include kidnapping, rape, torture, maiming, slaughter, and disembowelment. Obviously, the protesters have had enough.

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The German Government will honor your request to prosecute the protesters who demanded that their representative does his job in Nigeria as soon as you coral, prosecute, and incarcerate your Fulani Terrorist kinsmen.

If Senator Ike Ekweremadu was not sleeping on the job, and did his duties as a representative of his constituents, his constituents will be in Nigeria eating yam and not eating yam in Germany. Yams do not grow in Germany. Creating the right enabling environment in Nigeria would result in a reverse brain drain that would greatly accelerate development in Nigeria.

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Finally, once my Ambassador to Nigeria confirms that the Fulani Terrorist Herdsmen have been pacified, I will be glad to counsel Nigerians in Germany to courteously treat visiting Nigeria dignitaries. Political protest is not a prosecutable offense in Germany.

Sincerely yours,

Heiko Maas
Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor
Federal Republic of Germany

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