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Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by naptu2: 1:16am On Jan 11
Onyebuchi Ememanka @Buchiememanka1

The Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has sent a message of congratulations to the newly elected President General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Professor George Obiozor on his victory at today's election in Owerri, the Imo State capital.

Governor Ikpeazu described Professor Obiozor's election as a "watershed" in Igboland judging from the overwhelming support he enjoyed at the election.

According to the Governor, "Professor Obiozor's election comes at a time when the Igbos are in desperate search for consistent strong leadership which will galvanize us into a solid voice in national affairs. Professor Obiozor's pedigree is unquestionable and his records,

unassailable. His reach is wide and his integrity, solid. I am confident that with his long years of experience in public service, especially his expertise in managing the challenges inherent in complex diplomatic relations,

Professor Obiozor is well suited for the challenges that face the Igbos in a united Nigeria. Governor Ikpeazu also warmly congratulates the rest of the members of newly elected Executive Committee of Ohaneze Ndigbo, especially the two sons of Abia State, Ambassador Okey Emuchay

who emerged the new Secretary General and Dr. Kingsley Dozie Lawrence who emerged the Vice President General of the organization. Governor Ikpeazu urged them to be be good ambassadors of the State at the organization.

The Governor assured the new leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo of the continued support of the people and Government of Abia State in their assignment and thanked the outgone President General, Chief John Nnia Nwodo for his services to the Igbo nation.

Sir Onyebuchi Ememanka Chief Press Secretary to the Governor. 10th January, 2021.

https://mobile.twitter.com/Buchiememanka1/status/1348349322384072704

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by princeSammyz: 3:50am On Jan 11
Congratulations to him. I hope he is able to find a balance between the aspirations of the Igbo youths and those of the aged guardians of the status quo.
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:50am On Jan 11
Former Nigerian Ambassador to the United States Professor George Obiozor emerges new President General of the Igbo socio-cultural group Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
Congratulations Prof.
This is a new dawn for we true Igbos of our darling nation.
He is a good man.
The man for the tough job ahead.



festacman:
Ohaneze needs to reinvent itself by moving away from political partisanship and focusing on development. Never again should Ohaneze corporately choose a presidential candidate. Since, all parties have Igbo as members, give audience to every presidential candidate to present his plans for SE region and then allow people to make their choice.

The new President, Prof George Obiozor, needs to spearhead the setting up of an Ohaneze Think Tank - an intellectual arm - to research on ways of strategically advancing the political, economic and social interests of Igbo race nationally and globally.

There is no reasons why South East States shouldn't have high-brow estates and world-class Industrial Estates to encourage the "aku luo uno" philosophy to develop Igbo land economically.

Furthermore, apart from the above-mentioned strategic thinktank and already existing committees, Ohaneze also needs to create more standing committees to involve YOUNG Igbo people in its affairs. Such committees will cover areas like Economic Development, Youth Development, Education/Students' Affairs, Sports Development, Diaspora Relations, Reconciliation, Inter-ethnic Relations, Intra-constituents (Nsukka, Ikwerre, Anioma, Aros, Abakiliki, etc.) Relations, Igbo language and Culture Promotion, etc.

Bottomline is that Ohaneze needs to be more responsive, more responsible and relevant to the life an average Igbo person. Simple!
You can word this better patriotic Nigerian.
You have said it all.

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:50am On Jan 11
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POLITICSNIGERIA.COM

OHANAEZE NDIGBO DISWONS IPOB

Ohanaeze Ndigbo General Assembly Worldwide, the apex Igbo socio-cultural group in Nigeria, representing all Igbo communities in and outside Nigeria, rising from deep, due and diligent reflections on the socio-political and economic state of affairs in Nigeria, our country, avowedly, superlatively and supremely make this declaration at this point of the nation’s need, that we are the apex representatives of the Igbo ethnic group of Nigeria at home and in Diaspora without any contestation from any other group whether known or unknown, familiar or alien, in existence or nonexistence;

That we, in strong terms, condemn the nefarious acts, plans and movements of the proscribed Nnamdi Kanu-led Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) which has since formation ingloriously cast the Igbo people of Nigeria in bad light. Without mincing words, we have over the time observed the rude, repulsive and discourteous style with which IPOB has arranged and orchestrated its affairs in the name of Igbo ethnicity, something very foreign to known civilization as respectable people.

It is a well-known fact that Ndigbo being one of the advanced societies of Nigeria is gifted with tweaks of refinement against barbarism, good taste against acidity and morally admirable principles against vile and violence, therefore, the Igbo has always been looked upon as one of the most receiving societies of man’s society anthropologically

That with remorse and pang of guilt, we regret that Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB have won the average Igbo man anywhere and everywhere, a national and international nest of enmity, hostility and aggression, visiting us with unfathomable, indefinable and bottomless abhorrence, the magnitude of what remains unseen in our entire history of consciousness.

As a people once united in love, we are today left on the speculation of our survival which now exists in uncertainty wherever we are found as Ndi Igbo.

To this end, we invite every “Nwafor-Igbo” to committedly join us in the total fight and condemnation of IPOB and accompanying violent acts in the name of Igbo which has brought our ethnicity down to nothing but unmitigated shame and infamy.

It is sad that we, the Ohaneze Ndigbo have fallen in deep loss as to why and when a coeval of educated, civil and enlightened Igbo suddenly passed away to give room to the generational gap of youths on which the present crop now exists, selling deaths and other forms of danger perceived and artificially manufactured enemies of Igbo.

Our race is now endangered by the wild and undomesticated influence of Nnamdi Kanu and his political supporters in the name of Igbo nationalism.
Why able bodied youths and men who should be concerned about the success of themselves and their people will swing into destruction of lives of their people and properties in our sacrosanct Igbo name, is indeed a mystery and the harm already done us is growing in leaps and bounds.


Whereas Nnamdi Kanu recently directed his usual desperate overkill to our Anioma brothers in faraway Delta State, calling them fools over what he termed denials of their Igbo identity, he assumes the biggest reason for the near disintegration of the Igbo race and nationality that warrants the Anioma, Ikwerre, Onitsha and others to deny their Igboness, the pride of which is now becoming more corrosive in them.

As we, the Igbo ceaselessly count our losses in the hands of untamed Nnamdi Kanu and fellow instigated miscreants, we shall not fail to condemn the recent Enugu incident in which IPOB is alleged to have attacked and sent to early graves, several people including two DSS officers whose patrol team was on duty.

The August 23, 2020 unprovoked violent attacks on the DSS personnel in Emene, Enugu State is not only disturbing to us as members of Ohanaeze Ndigbo but clearly demonstrates further signs of bad times ahead for every legitimate Igbo son and daughter in and outside the country since IPOB wrongly goes in the name of Igbo.

Additionally, we raise the alarm that if IPOB is not stopped, a time will come when Igbo patriotism will completely corrode and our people will begin to jettison their Igbo surnames to feel free from viral bad image. We sound this alarm to our Igbo community especially our particular people who have had to keep clapping for the already outlawed Group, to understand that the implication of the acts of IPOB are rife with unexpected implications.

With melee and gunfire from IPOB filling the air and flowing blood every now and then, the time is coming when we may be forced to flee from our ancestral homeland by the violent IPOB.

Politically, we are worried that unless we come together to address the present IPOB situation, election into the exalted Presidential position of the nation may elude us yet again.
As 2023 draws near, we stand on the age-long international relations mantra that seeks to illuminate that power is taken, not handed. This requires us to open our arms to others within and outside the country; and to also submit ourselves to a good relationship and connection with other nationalities in the larger Nigeria.

Consequently, we, the members of Ohaneze Ndigbo General Assembly Worldwide, urge the nation’s security outfit to carry out a full-scale investigation into the incident and also put all measures in place to ensure that the killers of the DSS personnel and others who lost their lives in the dastardly act are speedily brought to book.

We pray for the repose of the souls of the military personnel and others who died in the incident and also condole with their families.


https://politicsnigeria.com/ohanaeze-ndigbo-condemns-alleged-killing-of-dss-personnel-by-ipob-members/

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by gabbrri(m): 3:51am On Jan 11
Good
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by IME1: 3:56am On Jan 11
Congrats to him
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by ipobarethieves: 4:02am On Jan 11
cool good for him
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by lightheart(m): 4:06am On Jan 11
Congratulations to Prof.
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by blamingthedevil: 4:12am On Jan 11
Case settled
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by KosiGee: 4:14am On Jan 11
This man is 77 and will be 78 in August this year. I think it’s time the Igbo nation invested in their youths.

The only relatively young man I can think of in Igbo land is sadly Nnamdi Kanu. He stirs sentiments depending on who you are, incites and brings lots young Igbos together but alienates Igbos from other nations.

Don’t the Igbos have a better version of Nnamdi Kanu, a wiser and less greedy version of Osita Chidoka who isn’t selfish. Isn’t there a younger version of Abaribe?

I’m not comfortable with the politicians that we have at the moment and the overall Igbo leadership especially that of Ohaneze. The old should retire and leave the stage for the youths.

The old men have failed us. Let’s look beyond portfolios and questionable Cvs. They are misleading. I’m sure that if searchlight is thrown at the Nigerian embassy in the US when this man was there as an ambassador, lots of bad reviews would surface.

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by GboyegaD(m): 4:16am On Jan 11
May his tenure birth greater success for the people.
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by ludd2018: 4:23am On Jan 11
congratulations please do not become fulani stooge . Based on Ohana eze antecedence , it has never done any thing good for Ndi IGBO rather works for fulani to destroy their own
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by solmusdesigns: 4:24am On Jan 11
Ohaneneze APC faction
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by solmusdesigns: 4:32am On Jan 11
KosiGee:
This man is 77 and will be 78 in August this year. I think it’s time the Igbo nation invested in their youths.

The only relatively young man I can think of in Igbo land is sadly Nnamdi Kanu. He stirs sentiments depending on who you are, incites and brings lots young Igbos together but alienates Igbos from other nations.

Don’t the Igbos have a better version of Nnamdi Kanu, a wiser and less greedy version of Osita Chidoka who isn’t selfish. Isn’t there a younger version of Abaribe?

I’m not comfortable with the politicians that we have at the moment and the overall Igbo leadership especially that of Ohaneze. The old should retire and leave the stage for the youths.

The old men have failed us. Let’s look beyond portfolios and questionable Cvs. They are misleading. I’m sure that if searchlight is thrown at the Nigerian embassy in the US when this man was there as an ambassador, lots of bad reviews would surface.


Putting a young man to head a social cultural group as important as Ohaneneze is recipe for huge disaster

After the damages done by IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu to respectable Igbos to the level of being issued quite notice in the North...

Ohaneneze Needs Wisdom from its leaders , they need people with years of experience, and above all they need Diplomatic people who can negotiate the future of Igbo land



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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by buymyride: 5:34am On Jan 11
Dem no tell you say na parallel government Ohaneze Dey run now abi.




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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by ofiko123(m): 5:37am On Jan 11
Nice... congratulations to the professor...
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by Edusouls(m): 5:49am On Jan 11
If u don’t have any reasonable thing to say Abeg shut up and stop talking nonsense all over nairaland
ludd2018:
congratulations please do not become fulani stooge . Based on Ohana eze antecedence , it has never done any thing good for Ndi IGBO rather works for fulani to destroy their own

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by Edusouls(m): 5:53am On Jan 11
Congratulations Proffesor Obiozor an intellect and a good man well exposed and soundly educated all round, please lead the Igbo people towards the better future,away from young tout deceiving Igbo youths with ipob leading them to their early destruction and death, congratulation once again daddy, your highly welcome..
Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by Anozietimi(m): 6:42am On Jan 11
ludd2018:
congratulations please do not become fulani stooge . Based on Ohana eze antecedence , it has never done any thing good for Ndi IGBO rather works for fulani to destroy their own

but he can be PDP stooge ?
Your brain is equal to a grass

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by freedomchild: 7:11am On Jan 11
Nnamdi KANU remains substantial and viable leader ndigbo has.. The average Igbo man knows this.. Whether you outlaw ipob or not, KANU remains the eye the average Igbo man uses to visualise the Nigerian state and the state of the nation gives him the benefit of doubt that he might be right..
Ohanaeze are group of Nigerian state benefactors who give us false hope to believe things will be better in this country while they go behind and collude with our enemies and aggressors to mock us. Bunch of men with questionable characters

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by RuddyFusion(m): 7:22am On Jan 11
What do we need this OLD MEN for? They Can't offer shit

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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by TheStranger: 7:44am On Jan 11
Which one is the authentic Ohaneze?
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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by Ruleworld61(m): 9:42am On Jan 11
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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by dionma: 10:54am On Jan 11
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Re: Ohaneze: Governor Ikpeazu Congratulates Professor George Obiozor by Rhapsodia: 11:29am On Jan 11
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