An official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has informed TheCable that four of the people,
who attacked former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, in Nuremberg, Germany,
last weekend during a ceremony organised by Ndi-Igbo, have been identified.
The source said they were figured out following an analysis of a viral video showing the incident.
The official said, “I cannot reveal their identities for now because the German authorities are now
co-operating with us and investigating the attack.”
It was learnt that Nigerian Ambassador to Germany, Yusuf Tuggar, pressured a reluctant Bavarian
police to look into the incident.
Tuggar had impressed on the authorities that under section 102 (1) Chapter 3 of the German
Criminal Code, attacks against heads of foreign governments or representatives of organs
of foreign governments were punishable.