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Nnia Nwodo Reveals Why Ndigbo Are The Most Hated Tribe In Nigeria

Restructuring Nigeria will end the marginalisation in the Southeast and South South part of this country.

President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, has revealed that industry and perseverance of Ndigbo had made them the most hated by other tribes in Nigeria.

This statement was made at the Imo State palace of the Traditional Rulers Council during a two-day igbo celebration in Owerri hosted by the state governor, Okorocha Rochas.

The ohanaeze chieftain continued to make his call for the complete restructuring of the country even though its had been falling on deaf ears. He warned that failure to restructure the country is what was driving the agitation.

Nwodo said, “Restructuring Nigeria will end the marginalisation in the Southeast and South South part of this country.

“This problem which started for decades have not been addressed by successive governments and it is the reason for which we are experiencing these levels of agitations in the country.

“Ndigbo have had and are still having unmitigated hatred from other tribes in Nigeria as a result of their industry and perseverance.

In a previous story, Nnamdi Kanu had accused the Igbo political class and Ohanaeze of conniving with the Fulani caliphate to assassinate him to please their masters in the north.

Nnia Nwodo has been calling for the restructuring of the country for decades without any progress. he has lost the control and loyalty of Ndigbo youths because of his lackluster attitude in pursuing the interests of the Igbo.

Meanwhile, the Imo state governor, Okorocha Rochas, wasted no time to shower praises on Ohanaeze and Afenifere. He said the organizations  could be married to launch a campaign that will truly make other parts of Nigeria see Igbos as fellow Nigerians.

“Ohanaeze could relate and marry these organisations and use them to launch the campaign that will truly make other parts of Nigeria to see Igbos as fellow Nigerians in whom they should be well pleased.

“We are highly misunderstood and until you come to an Igbo man’s house, you will not know how hospitable he is.

“It is a privilege for any leader to host the leadership of your people. My joy knows no bound for the fact that we still have an Ohanaeze today.”

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