…calls on Tinubu to end Igbo persecution in Lagos
Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, has said that the reopening of Seme border for the importation of vehicles by Presidential Bola Ahmed Tinubu, would bring and end to the strangulation of Igbo businesses in the country.
The apex Igbo group commended President Tinubu, for the development while calling for more promising government’s policies that will better the lives of many Nigerians and boost economic development, create revenue for the government and has favorable impacts on the lives of Nigerians than political appointments.
Ohanaeze, also called on President Tinubu to end the persecution of Ndigbo which is currently going on in Lagos and other southwestern states, pointing out that ndigbo need promising policies and infrastructural developments in the southeast from Federal Government than political appointments.
Secretary-General of the group, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, disclosed this yesterday in a statement made available to journalists in Abakaliki.
The statement reads, in part, “It appears that President Tinubu came prepared to restructure Nigeria and for the betterment of Nigerians welfare. Igbos have reversed their stances after seeing that Mr. President hit the grounds running from the first day in office.
“The Federal Government directives on the reopening of Seme Border were received warmly and it signifies the end of an era of political and economic strangulation of Igbo businesses in Nigeria. Igbos expect more promising government policies and infrastructural facilities in the southeast than political appointments”.