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Stop bringing Buhari to commission inconsequential projects in Igboland – Ex-Ohanaeze spokesman warns S/East govs

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Chuks Ibegbu, the instant previous spokesman of Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Board of Trustees Chairman of the World Igbo Peoples Meeting (WIPAS), has warned southeast governors to cease luring President Muhammadu Buhari into commissioning inconsequential tasks within the area.

Ibegbu fumed on the commissioning of few kilometer roads in Igboland reasonably than federal tasks of immense worth to ndigbo.

The previous Ohanaeze spokesman made his emotions recognized towards the backdrop of Buhari’s go to to Imo State on Thursday, throughout which he commissioned some infrastructural tasks embarked upon by the Governor Hope Uzodinma-led administration.

He slammed President Buhari for citing gigantic federal tasks and rail tasks solely within the north and west whereas neglecting the southeast.

Open grazing: Cease attempting to trigger bother – Ohanaeze chieftain Ibegbu to Buhari

In accordance with Ibegbu, “Buhari cited Air power College in Bauchi, Transport College in Daura, Army College in Biu, Fashionable rail line from Lagos to Kano, and from Katsina state to Niger Republic and so forth.

“Which one did he cite even in Hope Uzodinma or Rotimi Amaechi native authorities or state? I don’t know the issue with these southeast and south south politicians.

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“Are they slaves or helpful idiots? The agitations within the east are the product of lengthy years of marginalisation which has made our youths slaves of their land.”

Ibegbu referred to as for the instant launch of the detained Indigeneous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

He additionally lauded the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, for his patriotic stand on the Worth Added Tax (VAT) matter.

In accordance with him, “Monkey can’t be working and baboons are chopping, let the stable mineral assets within the North be exploited and shared among the many states in Nigeria”.

The WIPAS BoT chairman additional warned towards quota system as an alternative of advantage in Nigeria’s academic sector.

He lamented, “A scenario a boy from Zamfara with a rating of two can be admitted in a unity faculty, and a boy from Abia with 200 is not going to be admitted, and when the Zamfara boy graduates from college his job is assured when the Abia boy can be strolling alongside the streets of Lagos and Abuja with rickety footwear for years with out job and also you count on him to not protest and agitate”.

Ibegbu nevertheless advocated for ethical revolution in Nigeria and complete conflict towards looting and corruption, accusing the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) of encouraging corruption within the nation by its youngsters glove strategy to the matter and bribe-taking from corrupt politicians.

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