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Governor Umahi orders arrest of own deputy chief of staff over violent crisis

Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi state on Thursday ordered the arrest of his Deputy Chief of Staff, Fidelis Okpata, and other ”political office holders and stakeholders” from the warring Ekpomaka and Inyimagu communities pending the amicable resolution of the violent crisis which erupted in the area two days ago.

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