The President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, has censured the ongoing police assault and torching of the living arrangement of the IPOB attorney, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor.
In a discharge by the Media Adviser to the President General, Chief Emeka Attamah, the peak Igbo social association required a legal investigation into this instance of unwarranted assault on a well behaved resident of the nation whose solitary wrongdoing is that he calmly articles to the abuse of his kin.
It said that Ohanaeze Ndigbo saw that the misleading case by the police that Ejiofor was “associated with an instance of snatching, attack occasioning hurt and noxious harm to property” holds no water as no one was referenced as the casualty of the charges.
It said that “accepting without yielding that Barrister Ejiofor was at fault on a charge of snatching, the main choice in law accessible to the police is capture and arraignment under the laws of Nigeria and not ponder incendiarism and wanton devastation of his family home.”
Ohanaeze Ndigbo further expressed that even before its unfair forbidding, IPOB had never been a brutal gathering and couldn’t have called enough power to assault and execute any police officers to warrant drafting in a support.
The discharge glared at the circumstance where any gentle articulation of contradiction against the show foul play being executed against a specific ethnic gathering in the nation will be met with most extreme power by the Federal Government.
Ohanaeze Ndigbo required an end to the clear and unending physical, financial and political badgering of Ndigbo in a nation watered with their blood and who have endeavored to keep and develop the nation with their essence in all alcoves and crevices of Nigeria.