Imo Indigenes Stage Protest Over Their ‘Son’, Others Still Trapped In 7-storey Building That Collapsed In PH (Photos)

Obodoukwu indigenes in Imo state have staged a protest in Rivers state to demand quick rescue of their son and many others who were trapped in the 7-storey building that collapsed 13 days ago.

Some indigenes of Obodukwu clan in Imo state, today staged a peaceful protest in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital, to demand the quick rescue of their son, Morgan Ekene Ihionu, who alongside many others are still trapped under the debris of the 7-storey building that collapsed in the state on November 23rd.
According to reports, 13 days after the incident, many of the victims are still trapped in the rubble.
The group is demanding the state government put in more effort in rescuing the victims.
See photos from the peaceful protest and a joint statement released by the group below;
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