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Igbo Groups Write To The ECOWAS, AU And United Nations Over Hate Songs 


..in the north,  Warn against looming genocide against Ndigbo

Two Igbo groups, the Igbo People Congress and the Igbo Aborigines have written to the ECOWAS, AU AND UNO  over the spewing of hate songs and speeches from unknown sources in the North and which is spreading like wild fire in the entire  North.

The groups called on these bodies to intervene now before its too late as it happened in Rwanda in 1994.

They called on the Federal Government, InterPol  and Northern leaders  to get to the source and root of the matter .

‘ This is how it started in the 60s and before one knew it , it snowballed into the genocide against Easterners between May and October, 1966 and the horrendous civil war that followed.

The groups however called on Ndigbo, Easterners and Southerners in the North to remain vigilant while Middle Beltans should also be wary.

They noted that no other race is more Pan Nigerian than Igbos and those now playing lip service to Nigeria Unity were the same people whose forebears at every point before independence sought to secede from Nigeria unless the nation was built at their own terms and who even after the July 29, 1966 putsch shouted  and insisted on ‘Arabah'(Secession ) until the British advised them against it.

The two groups positions were stated by Pastor Okey Colbert for the Igbo Peoples Congress and Mazi Chidi Obisike for the Igbo Aborigines

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