-When I love a man, you can be sure it’s for good reason. I don’t love for money. I don’t do sycophancy. My love and loyalty come free.
-Chief John Nnia Nwodo remains the man after my heart.
-Upon assuming office as the PG of Ohaneze, Chief nwodo went on National T.V and decried the killing of unarmed IPOB members who staged a peaceful rally in P.H in honour of Donald Trump’s inauguration.
In response to a question, he said “How can you belong to a country that is deaf and dumb to the sanctity of human lives?”..
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When the FG ignored the genocidal quit notice issuing Arewa Youths and sought to re-arrest Nnamdi kanu, the 65 year old former information minister rose to the occasion as a responsible father would, despite the barrages of insult some of our misguided brethren have heaped on him.
When our region became the dancing arena for deadly reptile called Python, the Ohaneze PG wasted no time in categorically condemning the attempt to occupy our peaceful region and even threatened court action.
Now that IPOB has been tagged a terrorist group by an army that has become a law unto itself, Ohaneze was neither dumb nor blind.
In all this, the political calamity known as the southeast governors forum was busy mortgaging our lives for political favour…
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These Igbo governors who have never uttered a word in condemnation of the murderous activities of the fulani terrorists, quickly sat in their witch coven and proscribed the activities of IPOB in the southeast.
Now let us be very generous here and PRETEND to agree that they did it to de-escalate tension.
The question now is,
Why did they not for once condemn the Militarization of Ala-Igbo and the invasion of the house of a man (Nnamdi Kanu) who is still under bail granted him by a court of competent jurisdiction?
And most importantly, why did governor David Umahi and his men not condemn that grotesque video where soldiers drowned the same people whose lives they are being paid to protect???????
In the national Dailies today, I read governor Umahi claiming that a man called Charles Ogbu released the phone numbers of southeast governors and those of deputy Senate president and others and people were calling and insulting them…
Governor Umahi simply lied and its rather unfortunate for a man who calls himself a governor.
For the record, I released the phone numbers of Southeast governors only.
I merely promised to release those of Southeast federal lawmakers but suspended it after I reached out to good man, distinguished Senator Abaribe and got to know that he’s been actively and physically involved in trying to de-escalate this tension.
In any case, I find it criminally offensive that a man who is nothing but a mere employee of the people should be complaining that his employers called him on phone.
This is a testament to the fact that governor Umahi and his co-travellers have an atrocious sense of governance.
They think themselves masters of the people rather than servants of the people.
I went this far to explain this so people could see the major reason why I have utmost respect for Chief John Nwodo led Ohaneze Ndigbo while I have nothing but contempt for those Pharaohs masquerading as the Moses of Ala-Igbo, I mean the southeast governors….
For always speaking out and taking necessary action when it matters most, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, the 9th President General of Ohaneze Ndigbo is the only Igbo man who can ask me to even quit Facebook and I won’t even think about it before obeying.
Governor David Umahi and his fellow arsonist masquerading as southeast governors can keep playing Russian roulette with the lives of Umu-Igbo.
We survived the pogrom, the Biafran war, the economic and financial terrorism of 20 pounds, the abandoned property saga and all.
Certainly, we will survive this.
When all of this is over, we will dis-remember President Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian army but even in the grave, our bones and souls will forever remember the treacherous faces of these 5 Southeast Governors.
To Chief John Nnia Nwodo, you are a father indeed!