Ohanaeze Issues Strong Warning Against Plan To Apologize To Fulani Leadership For 1966 Coup D’état

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The Pan Igbo Socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has reportedly warned some Igbo Elders not to apologize to Fulani leadership, over the 1966 coup d’etat.

According to Daily Post, the Pan Igbo Socio-cultural organisation made this disclosure in a Statement that was issued by the Secretary General of the organisation, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro. The organisation noted that the Igbo elders are trying to undermine the integrity and virtues of Igbo nation by attempting to apologize to the Fulani leadership.

He went on and made it known that there is a need for Ndigbo to preserve their vehicles, honour her tradition and uphold her identity.

Some parts of the statement read: “Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the revered apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, asserts its uncompromising stance against potential actions by misguided Igbo Elders seeking to extend apologies to the Fulani leadership concerning the historically significant 1966 Coup.

“In a resolute and unyielding declaration, Ohanaeze Ndigbo condemns any attempts by erring Igbo Elders to undermine the integrity, virtue, and pride that the Igbo community holds dear.”

Ohaneze Ndigbo went on and made it known that any public apology made on behalf of the Igbos without due approval from Imeobi and the Ohaneze Ndigbo General Assembly, as well as the endorsement of over 60 million global Igbo population, is totally unacceptable.

Ohaneze went on and stated it clearly that they (Ohanaeze Ndigbo) “must not be compromised by clandestine manoeuvres aimed at advancing personal political ambitions.” The group went on and noted that they are vigilant and will resist the plan of these Igbo elders.

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