The Ohanaeze Ndigbo, on Wednesday, requested the Nigeria Senate to sanction Kogi West Senator, Good Adeyemi over his outburst towards Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu.
DAILY POST studies that Adeyemi had throughout plenary on Tuesday described Ikpeazu as a drunkard, a press release that has continued to draw condemnation.
Reacting, the Ohanaeze Secretary-Normal, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, in a press release issued by his media adviser, Kalu Mkpa Uduma, known as on the Senate to impose sanctions on the Kogi Senator.
The apex Igbo socio-cultural group cautioned politicians to be aware of their utterances.
He mentioned within the assertion that “it’s disheartening and disgusting for Senator Good Adeyemi to assault an Igbo Sitting Governor, which might spark ethnic conflicts and clashes between Igbos and numerous ethnic nationalities in Kogi State, however we predict the Senate management to sanction Senator Good Adeyemi over his ‘hate speech’ towards Igbos to function a deterrent.”
Ohanaeze lauded Ikpeazu “for the current publication on Nigeria Bureau of Statistics, indicating that Abia is the third funding vacation spot in Nigeria after Lagos and Abuja,” describing it as an “affirmative proof of Ikpeazu’s arduous work and purposeful progress to reposition Abia because the Financial hub middle in Igboland.”
He added that, “It’s not late for Good Adeyemi to retrace his steps and retract his feedback on Ikpeazu to flee the decision of historical past.”
Ikpeazu: Senate ought to sanction Adeyemi over hate speech – Ohanaeze