Igbos in Nigeria
A Nigerian celebrated author, Chimamanda Adichie, has faulted the structural arrangement of the country political cycle. She said other sections of the country have treated the Igbo race irrationally 50 years after the civil war.
Apostle Solomon Okorie, the international president of Christian Association of Igbo Ministers, has said that Nigeria cannot move forward as a nation until it begs God for mercy over the killing of Igbos during the civil war.
A former governor of Anambra state, Chukwuemeka Ezeife, has said that the Igbo citizenship would cease to exit in 2023 if the southeast is not given chance to produce the next president of Nigeria.
Igbos living in the North have been urged by the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Imo state, Senator Hope Uzodinma, to remain at their duty posts and not panic or rush back home.
In a post shared by author and activist, Reno Omokri on Instagram and Twitter, he revealed that since the time of his birth till now, he has never seen an Igbo beggar.
Tsohon hadimin tsohon Shugaban kasa, Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri ya bayyana cewa tun da yake ai taba ganin dan kabilar Igbo na bara ba a kan titi.