– Ohanaeze Ndigbo has screamed about the incessant killings and property destruction in the southeast of the country
< strong> – The group said that the country could get into a major crisis in a few days if a drastic solution is preferred to the problem
– Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, the chairman of the Ohaneze Ndigbo Council of Elders, is the concern on Tuesday June 8th
Imo, Imo State – After the incessant kidnappings and killings in some parts of the country, especially in the south-east, the top social group of the Igbo, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, decided to discuss the arrest of the ugly situation with the leaders of the north.
< p class = "align-left"> The sun exclusively reports that the chairman of the council of elders of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, announced en that he spearheaded a Me the elders of the two zones to find a solution to the problems.
He also urged the President General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Prof. George Obiozor, come up, they hit immediately.
Nigeria can’t afford another civil war
According to him, people don’t want to experience what happened in 1966 , therefore, appealed for peace and quiet among the tribes in the country.
Iwuanyanwu also expresses its condolences to the families of the late former political adviser to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak shown about his gruesome murder in Owerri.
He said that since the sad event, he has received calls from Nigerians from all walks of life in the country and the diaspora expressing their grief express his death.
The Elder Statesman said:
“I In the name of Ohaneze Ndigbo, the Council of Elders of the family of our brother and friend Dr. Ahmed Gulak, the Arewa and others express their deepest condolences from northern groups, the government and the people of Adamawa State, including his friends and co-workers.
He also deplored all those who did have lost their relationships due to uncertainty across the country.
The Arewa Advisory Forum urges northerners to avoid traveling to the southeast
It has been reported that the ACF said those making important trips to the area should use the services of security agents to keep them safe.
The council was in a statement published by the ACF’s national chairman, Chief Audu Ogbeh, on Monday May 31st.