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Stop Anarchy , Embrace Dialogue, Ohaneze Counsels IPOB Leaders, Youths






(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Apex Igbo Umbrella body, the Ohaneze Ndigbo has once again expressed deep concern  over the current alarming wave of violence in Igbo land, calling on the youths particularly leaders of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra IPOB, to take notice of the danger such situation has posed in the area.

President   General of the organization  worldwide, Ambassador (Prof.) Gorge Obiozo, stated this in a statement  issued on Monday via it’s publicity Secretary, Chief Alex Ogbonnia, which was made to African Examiner in Enugu.

The Ohaneze boss, who released  the  statement ahead of this year’s annual celebration of Igbo day, coming up on 29th September 2021, sued for peace, insisting that dialogue remains the answer to any dispute.

He however, appealed for a return to normalcy  in  Igbo land, stressing that  “Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, traditional rulers and stakeholders call for an end towards anarchy in Igbo land.

“Our youths particularly the leaders of IPOB, should take notice of the danger violence has posed in Igbo land, adding that Ndigbo, must avoid being a race that has voluntarily chosen to perish in violence and insecurity.

“And we must stop threatening ourselves, and there must be a stop to violence and violence rhetoric. Something other than the initial objectives of IPOB is taking place and it is dangerous.

The Ohaneze leader whose statement is entitled: “Stop Anarchy  in Igbo land, go for dialogue’  noted that “Today, what we are seeing in Igbo land is not liberation but Ala Igbo destruction and devastation. It is a national tragedy for Igbos.

According to the renowned Diplomat, “the liberty and freedom of Ndigbo are threatened internally and externally. I call on IPOB leaders to reassert the authority and control of the organization.

“To our Son Nnamdi Kanu himself, what good is it to have the greatest dream in the world, if others reap the benefit and glory.

“In history there is only a thin line between a Hero and a villain. The greatest tragedy for any leader in history is to end up from a hero to a villain.

“Ndigbo must think again which way forward. Our Anger and disgust must be directed at leaders and fellow citizens, who do not want Ndigbo to become emancipated like  themselves as Nigerian citizens.

“What Ndigbo want, is that we should become a light unto the world, like all good people in the world ought to be.



“That was precisely part of my critical message to His Excellency President Mohammed Buhari during his official visit to Imo state.

For Ndigbo, the President and Federal Government, there must be evidence of increasing sense of belonging, equity, and justice for Ndigbo.

“Consequently, we thank Mr. President for his appointment to our Distinguished Son Senator Ifeanyi Ararume and our Daughter as Chairman and member of the NNPC board respectively.

“We repeat our preference for dialogue instead of violence or military solutions to national problems.

“The dialogue should not be delayed further. For Ndigbo, the demand is simple, that the Nigerian Federation should be sustained and have a sense of stability; it must be a union of equals and the composite units must have the ability to survive without begging the center.

“We must tell ourselves the truth or keep deceiving ourselves by ignoring the calls for decentralization and devolution of power in Nigeria.

“Ironically, in history, societies where truth comes last, tragedy comes first. We must learn the lessons of history, particularly our own Nigerian history on how the story began. Nigeria must avoid being a failed state.

 “To the South-East Governor’s the delay in launching Ebubeagu security outfit is an embarrassment. I strongly appeal to the Governors without further hesitation to consolidate and launch Ebubeagu security architecture, in the South-East.

He stated that the security situation in the South-East makes this call urgent and imperative.

“Our people must have a security networking agency that is under their control and capable of identifying both internal and external security threats in Igbo land.


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