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NUREMBERG UPDATE: German Police Identify Four Of Ekweremadu’s Attackers

SAHARANEWS – Four members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) involved in the assault of Senator Ike Ekweremadu at an event organised by “Ndigbo Germany” in Nuremberg on Saturday August 17, have been identified by the Bavaria police.



SaharaNews reported earlier that the German police had a cold feet in investigating the assault incident and also announced that nobody has been arrested in connection with the attack and humiliation of former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu.

However the 4 attackers were brought into custody, after the Nigerian embassy invoked section 102 (1), chapter 3, of the German criminal code.

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It states: “(1)Whosoever commits an attack against the life or limb of a foreign head of state, member of a foreign government, the head of a foreign diplomatic mission who is accredited in the Federal territory while the victim is in Germany in his official capacity shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding five years or a fine, in especially serious cases to imprisonment of not less than one year.



(2) In addition to a sentence of imprisonment of at least six months, the court may order the loss of the ability to hold public office to vote and be elected in public elections (section 45(2) and (5)).

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The victim can also pursue a civil case if he or she desires. A foreign affairs ministry in Abuja told newsmen that the Bavaria state police have analysed the attack videos and identified four of the suspected attackers.



“I cannot reveal their identities for now because the German authorities are now co-operating with us and investigating the attack,” the official said.



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