Biafra News: Igbos Reacts To Southeast Governors Stance On Agitation
Some Igbos have rejected the position of the Southeast governors who on Saturday distanced themselves from the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The five Southeast governors had on Saturday after a meeting in Enugu disowned the secessionist group, stating that the group does not speak for the Igbos.
Chairman of the Southeast Governors Forum, David Umahi, who stated this while addressing newsmen shortly after the meeting, said they believe in one Nigeria.
The meeting was targeted at proffering solutions for the current insecurity ravaging the region particularly Imo, Abia, Anambra and Ebonyi State.
“We condemn in totality, the activities of violent secessionist groups in the South East and elsewhere,” he said.
“We firmly proclaim that we do not support them, they do not speak for the South East.
“The impression that South-East leaders are silent over some of our youths’ agitations for secession is not correct.
“South-East Governors, Ohanaeze President, National Assembly members, notable leaders had come out publicly many times in the past to speak against such agitations.”