A sociopolitical group, Igbo Nationwide Council, (INC), has rose from Igbo Nationwide Political Summit held in Owerri, Imo State, with the cost to main political events in Nigeria to cede their presidential ticket to the South East zone within the 2023 basic elections.
The group additional charged main key political actors to respect and undertake the permutation within the curiosity of fairness, equity and justice.
INC acknowledged unequivocally that ought to the aforementioned demand is handled with levity, the Igbo nation could have no different possibility than to collectively mobilize to implement its Rights to Self dedication as contained within the African Constitution on Human and Peoples Rights and the United Nation Declaration of Rights.
The Igbo sociopolitical group made its place often called components of its resolutions in the course of the summit which contained in a communiqué collectively signed by its President, Chilos Godsent and Nationwide Secretary, Zulu Ofoelue made out there to DAILY POST on Monday.
The INC Summit condemned in sturdy time period the wanton and reckless destruction of properties and killing of Nigerians by the rampaging Fulani Jihadists Herdsmen and Bandits.
It additional posited that it’s a matter of pressing necessity that Nigeria federation should be liberated from the current excessive state of insecurity, abject poverty, financial turmoil and political backwardness Inter-alia.
The Summit known as on Nigerians to boycott the shopping for and consuming of cow meat at least measure of financial sanctions towards the killer Jihadist Herdsmen.
The INC Summit demanded that the Federal Authorities of Nigeria ought to declare the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation of Nigeria (MACBAN) as a terrorist group for his or her alleged open and brazen help and participation in terrorism in Nigeria by way of the Jihadist Killer Herdsmen.
DAILY POST gathered that the theme of the 2021 Igbo Nation Political Summit is, “Fostering Partnership for Nationwide Reintegration”.
2023: Igbo Summit tells main events to cede presidential tickets to South East