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Daily Archives: November 22, 2019

Ohanaeze disowns Isiguzoro led Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council

Apex Igbo sociocultural organization Ohanaeze Ndigbo has disowned the Okechukwu Isiguzoro led Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council. In a statement issued by the President general’s Special Adviser media and publicity, Chief Emeka Attamah, Ohanaeze described the group as non-existent but mere expletives of disgruntled power seekers who were shamed out of the leadership of the authentic

Ohanaeze Ndigbo says speaking major indigenous languages will end tribal conflict in Nigeria

Mr Solomon Ogbonna, the President, Ohaneze Ndigbo, Lagos chapter, on Thursday said encouraging individuals to speak the three major indigenous languages would end tribal conflict in Nigeria. Ogbonna told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that when you speak the language of another person, you immerse yourself into their culture and harmonise with

Ohanaeze NEC suspends secretary-general over alleged anti-organisation activities

The controversy trailing the endorsement of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party by Igbo highest decision-making body, Imeobi Ohanaeze Ndigbo, took another dimension, Thursday, as the National Executive Committee has suspended the Secretary-General, Uche Okwukwu over alleged anti-organisation activities. He was suspended by Ohanaeze NEC over his alignment with the All Progressives

OHANAEZE NDIGBO CALLS FOR JUDICIAL INQUIRY INTO PORT HARCOURT IPOB KILLINGS

Last Friday, members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) staged a demonstration in Port Harcourt in solidarity with President Donald Trump on his swearing in as President of the United States of America.  That demonstration resulted in a clash between IPOB members on the one hand and a combined security team of the Nigerian

SPEECH BY CHIEF BARR. JOHN NNIA NWODO, PRESIDENT-GENERAL, OHANAEZE NDIGBO WORLDWIDE AT THE 2018 IGBO DAY CELEBRATION AT OWERRI, IMO STATE CAPITAL ON 18 DECEMBER 2018

Evidence from prehistory, as can be seen in the works of Catherine Acholonu and other authorities in prehistory, point to the fact that the Igbos belong to the aboriginal inhabitants of our planet, as shown in the representative character of classical Igbo civilization and language of the original culture and language of Homo Sapiens.  Traces

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