Sit-at-home: Abuja Meeting Not Solution, Answers In Southeast – Ohanaeze Slams Govs, Igbo Leaders

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According to Ohanaeze, the meeting in Abuja is not the solution to the sit-at-home.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide has called out Southeast governors and Igbo leaders over the meeting they had in Abuja concerning the sit-at-home in the Southeast.

According to Ohanaeze, the meeting in Abuja is not the solution to the sit-at-home.

The body noted that the outcome of the Southeast governors’ meeting with Igbo leaders in Abuja has shown that there are no answers in sight to end the insecurity challenges and the sit-at-home orders that had incapacitated the economic and social activities in the region.

A statement by Ohanaeze’s Secretary-General, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, said even one of the “Southeast governors acknowledged that the situation at hand was beyond their control.”

According to Isiguzoro: “The choice of Abuja venue where Igbo predicaments were discussed makes a caricature of it, as it is a clear indication that the conveners and those behind the meetings have lost the control of the southeast to non-state actors and are frightened to convene such meetings in the Southeast, proof of negligence and defeat.

“Ndigbo should know that the solution to end the sit-at-home orders is in the Southeast, not in Abuja, in search for peace and to stabilize the Southeast, we have met on Sunday with critical stakeholders and nonviolent Biafra agitators on consultative sessions to find out remedies and the best approach to resolve the problem and end it once, and for all, the council of Elders of Ohanaeze Ndigbo led by Prince Richard Ozobu have faulted why some Igbo political leaders who have abandoned their states in the East will now converge in a foreign land at Abuja and resort to help of foreigners to resolve a matter of Igbo affairs with homemade solutions.

“Biafra agitators should be conscious of the fact that wrecking down the economy of the southeast and killing innocent citizens through Sit a Home Order will never affect the activities of the Federal Government in any way, as the silence of the Past and Present-day Federal Government shows that so far as there is no disruption of oil and gas exploration or threat to national security, Southeast self-inflicted insecurity should go on and devour the Igbos.

“Ndigbo should know that the solutions to end the Sit at Home orders are here in South East not in Abuja and the reasons why those who are opposing the release of Nnamdi Kanu from the Niger Delta and the North, is that they comprehend that some set of political Igbo Leaders are Toothless bulldogs who has lost the control of the southeast to the non-state actors.”

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