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Nnamdi Kanu: NASS, S’East govs deceiving Igbos – Ohanaeze Ndigbo


The Igbo apex sociocultural organization, Ohaneze Ndigbo, has criticized both the National Assembly and South East governors, alleging that they are misleading the Igbo community regarding the release of Nnamdi Kanu.

The factional Secretary-General of the group, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, conveyed this sentiment in a statement, accusing Igbo leaders of employing deceptive strategies. Isiguzoro highlighted that the leaders are purportedly leveraging the issue of Nnamdi Kanu’s release, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra , as a means to garner political favor within the region, as reported by Daily Post.

He further pointed out a lack of genuine commitment from Igbo political leaders in addressing the ongoing insecurity in the Southeast and enhancing the overall situation in the region.

According to Isiguzoro: “Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, has called for an end to the deceptive tactics employed by Igbo political leaders (Southeast governors, senators, House of Representative members, and others) about the release of Nnamdi Kanu. It has become a disheartening trend among Southeast political elites to exploit the dire situation of the Southeast for their political gains.

“Unfortunately, many Igbo political leaders have proven to be renegades against the populace, feigning concern for the release of Nnamdi Kanu while manipulating the prevailing insecurity challenges to sustain their political positions and privileges.

“This deceptive behaviour is a betrayal of the Igbo people, and Ndigbo must recognise this truth. Unlike their counterparts in Afenifere, PANDEF, and Middlebelt political leadership and elders who prioritise the welfare and well-being of their people, these Igbo political leaders have shown a lack of genuine commitment towards the betterment of Ndigbo and ending the ugly situation of insecurity in the southeast.

“While there are a few honest Igbo leaders, they have unfortunately chosen to retreat.”

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