SOLIDARITY MATCH: Mubi Youth protest, reaffirm support for Sen. Abbo

By: Chijioke Okafor 

In the heat of the controversy following a recently released video circulating online involving Senator Representing Adamawa South at the red chamber, Senator Elisha Abbo, youths from Mubi-North and Mubi-South constituencies have stormed the streets to protest against the alleged political blackmail on Senator Abbo.
Our correspondent reports that the protest was peaceful; a possible sign by the youth to show that the man they are protesting for is a lover of peace.
The vibrant and energetic youth of Mubi-North and Mubi-South local governments in Adamawa state have stormed the streets of their community to lead a solidarity match, reaffirming their support and confidence over the representation of Senator Elisha Ishaku Abbo, popularly known by his people simply as “SIA”.
While a usual protest of this nature would likely be presumed to turn out violent, the youngsters instead changed the narrative by stating that the only reason for the match is that they are not ready to buy into any form of mischief and sponsored blackmail on Senator Abbo.
They alleged that the onslaught on the senator by certain elements over the mistake he made in the viral video is politically motivated.
The constituents stated that Senator Abbo has always been the backbone of community development in Mubi-North and Mubi-South and that a single mistake from him does not warrant such threats of suspension and recall from the red chamber.
They matched to the palace of the Emir of Mubi to cry out for a fatherly voice to be heard in their bid to save a son of the soil from propagated disgrace by political elements.
In the end, the good deeds of Senator Ishaku Abbo to his people will not be easily forgotten, and they have shown that no matter what happens, they will not lose confidence in the man that has brought light to the face of the youth of the Adamawa Southern Senatorial Zone
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