Group holds stakeholders meeting in America, seeks better deals for N’digbo
As part if efforts at advancing the cause of the Igbo nation and ensure the emergence of leaders of integrity in their homeland and Nigeria in general, a sociocultural group, World Igbo Congress (WIC), holds a stakeholder meeting at Double Tree, by Hilton Hotels, in Dallas, Texas, United States, today to discuss issues and challenges facing the nation.
The WIC is the global network of all Igbo from the Southeast, Delta and River states in the Diaspora.
In a press release made available to The Guardian by WIC Public Relations Officer, Basil Onwukwe, the group deplored the manner N’digbo were being treated under the present administration.
According to Onwukwe, the meeting seeks to explore ways the Igbo could reject the politics of self-service and ensure their votes count in the face of government rejection of electoral reforms and voters’ decisions.
The stakeholders are also expected to discuss how Igbo could elect leaders and hold them accountable for improving quality of life in their homeland.
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