Ohanaeze declares loyalty, allegiance to Tinubu


President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, has declared the resolution of the Igbo community to extend their unwavering support to President Bola Tinubu.

He emphasised that the Igbo are committed to pledging their allegiance and loyalty to President Tinubu, acknowledging him as the president of Nigeria and also their brother.

Iwuanyanwu spoke on Saturday, December 16, when he visited Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, at the Iga Idugaran Palace.

He stressed the need for collaboration and support from President Tinubu in addressing the legitimate concerns of the Igbo community.

He said: “Let him believe us, this statement is being made by the leader of Igbos. What we want from the leadership is justice, fairness, equity.

“We don’t want to take another person’s state, whatever is our right should be given to us. We are will support him and be loyal to him. Anybody who fights him unjustly, we will join him to fight such a a person, but we want him to help us get whatever is our right.”

Dispelling any misconceptions regarding the relationship between the Yoruba and the Igbo, Chief Iwuanyanwu said there is no rift between the two communities.

He also stressed the need for peaceful co-existence and respect for the law, and emphasised the importance of upholding the values ingrained by their forefathers in obeying the laws of the land and promoting harmonious relationships.

Reflecting on the recent political landscape, Chief Iwuanyanwu acknowledged the Igbos’ historical alliance with President Tinubu during his time as Governor of Lagos, applauding the favourable treatment extended to the Igbo community.

Oba Akiolu noted the belief of Lagosians in the value of forming connections and maintaining peace, emphasising that those who come to Lagos will prosper and contribute to the progress of the city and the nation as a whole.

The monarch hoped that the current leadership will do right by everyone, saying it is only a matter of time before all efforts come to fruition, particularly with President Tinubu.

He also restarted that genuine contributions from individuals towards the success and progress of the country will lead to collective well-being and prosperity for all.

He said: “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. Any leader anywhere, if you have the fear of God, you’re disciplined and you’re prayerful and you wish the best for your fellow being, all will be well with you.

“I have said it times without number, we have no problem in this country, it is just problem of closeness to God, discipline and love for all.

“With the emergence of this our present president, it is just a question of time, all will be worth it. Everybody must have to contribute genuinely to the success and progress of this country and all will be well.”


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