Unite With Other Ethnic Groups, Ikpeazu Urges Igbos

Unite With Other Ethnic Groups, Ikpeazu Urges Igbos

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Added by December 28, 2017

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state has urged Igbos to programme their relationship with other ethnic groups in a manner that it would achieve unity and love among the people of Nigeria.

He made this known on Wednesday when receiving a delegation of Nzuko Umunna, an Igbo socio-cultural group led by former Nigeria Ambassador to Switzerland, Umunna Orjiako.

The governor said he was concerned about the plight of Ndigbo in Nigeria despite contributing a lot to the economy of the country.

Ikpeazu said Igbos have demonstrated more commitment to the unity of Nigeria more than any other race.

He stressed that there was need for mental restructuring of Nigerians such that they would appreciate and accommodate any opportunity provided to Nigerians wherever they find themselves in the country.

Ikpeazu said that though fiscal federalism is good in geography, but of greater importance is giving people a sense of justice, equity and fair play.

He argued that Ndigbo cannot continue to play second fiddle in Nigeria, even when they are very creative and industrious people.

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