The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide, OYC, on Monday known as on Nnia Nwodo, President-Basic of Ohanaeze Ndigbo to “emulate Adams Oshiomhole,” rapid previous Nationwide Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
OYC stated Nwodo ought to emulate Oshiomhole and settle for the dissolution of his exco over their Incapacity to conclude the registration strategy of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, which his predecessor, Chief Gary Igariwey started in 2016.
They made the decision in a press release signed by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, President Basic of OYC; Mazi Okwu Nnabuike, and OYC Secretary-Basic.
The assertion despatched to DAILY POST reads: “We are able to authoritatively say that the pursuits of political beneficial properties utilizing the Igbo platform, diverted the eye of Nwodo to finish the method of registration within the Company Affairs Fee which his predecessor began.
“Igbo Elders, Conventional Rulers and Non secular Teams got here collectively and advance the collective pursuits of Igbo Nation by Salvaging the illegalities of the previous Regimes and endorsed the Completion of the Technique of Nwodo’s Predecessor Chief Igariwey began which was deserted by him(Nwodo).
“There’s nothing improper about what the Elders, Conventional Rulers, Non secular Teams had carried out however it’s a Salvage Mission geared toward placing Igbos again on observe and cease sure people from seen as Untouchables, from Utilizing Igbo platform(Ohanaeze Ndigbo)to Curry Favour from Igbo Oppressors.”
OYC counseled the choices of Igbo elders, conventional rulers and non secular teams to formally take over the reins of energy primarily based on the structure of Ohanaeze Ndigbo from the Buccaneers that hijacked the Igbo platform for 2023.
“We urge them to order Nwodo a everlasting seat as a BOT member, as these acceptable measures shall be a tender touchdown for him and his Buccaneers Cartel to wind up their plans and assist professional Igbo agendas.
“We advise that no additional actions from Nwodo shall be tolerated in Igboland, because the Watchdog of Igbo Society, Sufficient is Sufficient.”