Obubra Women Protest Over Osopong Crisis (VIDEO)

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By Violet Isek

CrossRiverWatch has obtained a video and pictures showing women in Obubra local government area of central Cross River State protesting over the alleged neglect of their relatives in Osopong by authorities.

Osopong is currently engaged in a battle with Izzi natives of Ebonyi state over land issues with CrossRiverWatch earlier reporting that the government and security agencies have kept mute over the renewed hostilities.

Women, on Wednesday took to the street to demonstrate their anger and shut down the local government council secretariat.

Also, they proceeded to collect taxes and levies in behalf of government to purchase ‘items’ for their relatives at the war front.

Watch video below:

The Obubra HOLGA, Mr. Barry Inyang meeting with some of the women at a nearby residence after the women shut down the council secretariat on Wednesday 21/3 /2018
Obubra women wait for the outcome of a meeting with the HOLGA, Mr. Barry Inyang over allegations that authorities have neglected their relatives in Osopong currently been invaded by neighboring Izzi natives of Ebonyi state 21/3/2018
Obubra women march with the HOLGA, Mr. Barry Inyang to a residential building for a meeting after protesting against alleged neglect by authorities of their relatives in the Osopong invasion by Izzi natives of Ebonyi state

Obubra women chant war like songs to draw authorities attention to the plight of their relatives in Osopong invaded by natives of Izzi local government area of Ebonyi state 21/3/2018

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