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 July 29, 2002

 

OHANEZE SEEKS SUPPORT OF SOUTH-EAST GOVERNORS

Rather than sitting on the fence, governors of the South-East geo-political zone have been asked to join forces with Ohaneze Ndigbo to actualise the aims and aspirations of the pan-Igbo socio-cultural group. Its chairman, Justice Eze Ozobu, who spoke during a courtesy call on Ebonyi State Governor, Dr. Sam Egwu by members of the association, said it was obvious and unfortunate that governors of the five Igbo states were deliberately avoiding Ohaneze Ndigbo. Lamenting the governors' attitude, Ozobu asked them to explain to the Igbo race why they distance themselves from the group. He advised them to borrow a leaf from their counterparts in the South-West who freely associate with similar bodies in the zone. Ozobu also urged the governors and other Igbo elite to join and participate in Ohaneze activities so that they can positively contribute to, and correct some of the short-comings of the association. (Guardian)


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