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South-East Residents Should Troop Out To Welcome Buhari – Ohanaeze Counters IPOB’s Directive



Youths in Imo State have been urged by the youth wing of the Igbo socio-political group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, to come back out en masse on Thursday, to welcome President Muhammadu Buhari to the state.

The group maintained that Igbo youths would welcome Buhari to the state and provides him all the required hospitality.

This was mentioned by its deputy nationwide chief, Onwuasoanya Jones, who charged safety brokers to cope with any particular person or group planning to perpetrate assaults on those who come out to welcome the president.

However this was opposite to the claims by the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra, IPOB, that Buhari is nit welcomed to the State.

IPOB had declared a sit-at-home in protest in opposition to the president’s go to to the state.


In line with him in a press release, “As we’re all conscious, the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, shall be in Imo on an official working go to on September 9, 2021.

“The President’s go to to Imo is his first working go to to the state since taking workplace in 2015 and the primary time the state is internet hosting a President on a working go to since 2009.

“It’s pleasant to notice that the President will not be coming for a jamboree however for severe companies that each true Imo nay Igbo son or daughter ought to look ahead to.

“It’s on the energy of the above that Igbo youths, worldwide have resolved, not solely to welcome the President to the Japanese Heartland, Imo, however to additionally come out of their numbers to provide the President the hospitality he deserves throughout the interval he’s in Imo.

“Could I reiterate that Igbo youths are peace-loving, hardworking and honourable folks and would, subsequently, not convey themselves to participate in any act that goals to disrupt this essential state occasion.

“Anybody or group of individuals discovered to be concerned in any act geared toward disrupting this state go to or harassing those that want to take part ought to be handled as invaders or felons and never doing so on behalf of Ndigbo or Igbo the youths.”


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