Iwuanyanwu Exposes Alleged Marginalization By Ex-President, Issues Strong Warning To Igbo Community In Nigeria

Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, shed light on the struggles facing the Igbo community within Nigeria during an interview reported by The Sun.

While acknowledging the nation’s diversity and sacrifices towards unity, Iwuanyanwu voiced concerns about the Federal Character Principle failing to benefit the Igbo fairly. He claimed ex-President Muhammadu Buhari admitted denying them key roles based on election results.

In Iwuanyanwu’s words: “Former President Muhammadu Buhari openly confessed that he didn’t give us our due because Igbos didn’t vote for him. Youths all over the world are very restive and sensitive to any issue affecting their future. In Nigeria, Igbo youths and youths from other tribes at various times expressed their dissatisfaction with events in the Country”

Amidst growing unrest amongst Nigerian youth across tribal lines, including those from the Igbo tribe, Iwuanyanwu urged against participation in anti-government demonstrations amid economic hardships. Despite this cautionary stance, he acknowledged widespread discontent fueling such actions globally.


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