Again, Ohanaeze Calls For Urgent Restructuring Of Nigeria

On September 18, 2018 43 Comments

President General of the Apex Igbo Socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo has restated his call for an urgent restructuring of the country.

Nwodo said restructuring, when actualised, would provide a platform for promotion of development in the country, even as he kicked against leaving certain important decisions on the discretion of the president.

The President General of Ohanaeze spoke during the celebration of five years uninterrupted International flight operation at Akanu Ibiam Int’l Airport, Enugu which was tagged “Igbo Amaka “ organised by ITour Africa.

He expressed dismay that federal government denied South-East region International Airport for many years because the decision was on the discretion of one man hence his call for restructuring.

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Nwodo further lamented that such discretion and function was not based on any law that recognises equity or treat every part of the federation equally.

He, however, cautioned youths against indulging in frivolities in the face of pressing issues facing the nation, and charged them to be agents of change that will change things in the country.


Comments (43)

  1. Anonymous says:

    How long will Ohanaeze have to remain dump?. You are calling and no body is answering you, won’t you abandon the call and know that that, that person you are calling is either deaf or had ignored your calls?

  2. Anonymous says:

    BIAFRANS BE WISE! Abuja declaration 1989 says no elective post and appointments for non Muslims and total wipe out for non Muslims (CHRISTIANS) in Nigeria and entire Africa, therefore no need to waist our time in Nigerian politics. All we need now is biafran sovereignty to better our future generations.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think leaders should understand that the people they are leading is important, Mr nwodo you have not said anything since your youth’s, men, women and children have been killed. Have you said any Word. Sorry for me you don’t have right because they have been fighting for it since, and my Niger Delta leaders lean.

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