MASSOB faults Ohanaeze’s, South-East leaders’ decision to remain in Nigeria
In a statement issued in Abakaliki yesterday by its Director of Information, Edeso Samuel, MASSOB said that their decision to remain in Nigeria amounts to shameful, disgraceful, abomination and act of sabotage.
Igbo leaders seek implementation of confab report, restructuring
Igbo leaders yesterday affirmed support for the implementation of the report of the 2014 national conference and restructuring of the country on the basis of fairness and equity to check rising agitations threatening the unity of the nation.
The Ndigbo question!
It is fine if Ndigbo excel and conquer within law and order. The responsibility is also not theirs to remain within bounds. There shall be no order if laws are merely created without enforcement.
Ohanaeze silent as threat to Igbo dominates talks in Enugu
The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has decided to keep mute as the order on the Igbo to vacate the northern region on October 1 by some northern groups yesterday dominated discussions in Enugu.
Northern leaders, Ohanaeze, Afenifere want looters named
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and regional bodies, including the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Afenifere, Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC) and Northern Elders Forum (NEF) have added their voices to the calls for the Federal Government to name owners of the huge sums of money discovered at Ikoyi....
‘I left Shagari’s government with N13, 000 in my bank account’
I feel too old to remarry and I feel my children need me. Some of them are too young to be visited with cross loyalty and I just want them to know that I am there for them. I am all they have got and I want to devote my time to them.
Ohanaeze Ndigbo rejects army’s probe of IPOB killings
Apex Igbo cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has rejected the panel set up by the Nigerian Army to investigate the killings of members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the south east and south south.
Marginalisation of Igbo cause of agitation for Biafra, says Ohanaeze Ndigbo
“Our children are agitating. Our children do not want to be part of this country anymore because they feel that we are second-class citizens and because they feel that their parents are incapable of standing out for them.