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Amb Luke Calls For Peace In All Eastern States.
An elderly man will never sit at home and watch a goat deliver in it's tether.
It is unfortunate that igbos have refused to accept the truth base on this no movement of a thing, fixed by an unknown man and implemented by unknown gun men.
It is true that we igbos have refused never to back out on the Biafra restoration, but that doesn't warrant us all fighting when we don't have a physical leader, all the so called leader does is to give instructions to his unknown gun men from wherever he is.
This is a pure strategy when he named them ESN we all accepted it, now the ESN has turned out to become unknown gun men moving about, parading themselves and putting fright to innocent imolites and other eastern states. These hoodlums have caused chaos in imo state.
As a matter of fact, the so called ipob leader is 100% involved in this and his denying it.
It's unfortunate that we the easterners have failed to foresee what the so called ipob leader wants.
His idea of restoring Biafra land is a good one but not with bloodshed. Again he should know that a good leader must be at the front not behind. This so called ipob leader is in UK resting, having peace of mind and instructing his unknown gun men to threaten the Government, not only threatening the Government, they also went ahead to create tension to the people he claims his fighting for. Many said his right, is it compared to his father's and mother's death? it's obvious his not fighting to restore but to revenge.
Taking note of the resent happenings e.g the resent happenings at mbaise where trailer loaded with onions was looted by his so called unknown gun men again allegedly killed Ahmed Gulak the ex-aide to the former President Good luck Jonathan.
Glory to God they were brought to judgment.
My summary here is that we the igbos need to be wise, let's not behave like people without wisdom. Yes we need Biafra but it must not be with bloodshed.
Do you know lots of people who lost their lives just hearing the gun shots generated from the unknown gun men.
Imo State needs peace now, I call on the governor of imo state and his Government to bring back peace in imo state with all means.
God bless us all, as we contribute to restoring peace back to imo state and other eastern states.
Amb Luke Eberegbulam
We Don't want Ruga, We Want Employment - Ubowalla Youths
The Ubowalla Youths led by Comrade Ugochukwu Abakporo the youth chairman of emekuku on Sunday made a peaceful protest against the Hope Uzodimma regime idea of Ruga in their community. The group led by Comrade Ugochukwu Abakporo and the youth chairman of ubowalla Comrade Chuks Chima son of late Dr chima of ubowalla made a peaceful protest against Ruga.
Comrade Ugochukwu Abakporo (Emekuku Youth chairman)
The Ubowalla Youths chairman Comrade Chuks Chima stateed that the idea of government bringing in Ruga into their community is not a good idea together all vehemently refused and disagreed to that idea.
Comrade Chuks Chima (Ubowalla Youths chairman)
The elderly person amongst them Mr Bob ovuoh stated that they are not accepting the idea of government bringing in Ruga to their community. If it was farming they will really accept, poultry and other things is acceptable but for Ruga they don't accept it.
He went further more telling how the fulanies value cows to human.
Mr Bob ovuoh
Therefore the Comrade Ugochukwu Abakporo the youth chairman of emekuku pleads with the government led by his Excellency dist sen Hope Uzodimma to stop the idea of Ruga in their community. He also pleaded with all Governmental bodies to come to their rescue of joblessness and the issue of Ruga in their community.
Again, Ondo Amotekun ‘Deports’ 137 Northerners From State
The Ondo State Security Network Agency, codenamed Amotekun has again evicted 137 northerners from the state forest reserve.
Those evicted were occupying the Elegbeka forest reserve along Ifon-Owo Road
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu had in February ordered herdsmen to vacate the state’s forest reserves within seven days.
Apart from ejecting the herdsmen, the governor also banned underage grazing, night grazing, and movement of cattle within the cities and highways.
Speaking with journalists in Akure, the state commander of Amotekun, Chief Adetunji Adeleye described herdsmen’s continued occupation of the forest reserves as a security threat to the state.
Adeleye said all the illegal forest occupants would be escorted out of the state to wherever they came from.
He said, “We got an Intelligence report that very many people bombarded (forests at) Elegbeka–Ifon area in the state.
“We moved in and questioned the majority of them and they said they were from the northern part of the country. We asked for their mission, they were not able to give us a clear-cut (explanation) of what they were here for.
“We brought some of them (to Akure) and their sponsors here to the headquarters (of Amotekun) for proper investigation. We profiled them and found out that they were conniving with some persons in Ose to be given space for settlement in the government’s forest reserve which makes them illegal occupants in the forest reserve.”
The chairman said, “We are sending them back to where they claimed they came from.”
This comes a few days after the government evacuated 42 suspected invaders, who were arrested by Amotekun at Okitipupa, the headquarters of Okitipupa Local Government Area of the state.
The suspected invaders who hailed from Kano and Jigawa states claimed that they were invited to the state by an agent who will engage them as security guards to monitor and guide pipelines in the state.
BREAKING: Jubilation In Enugu As Father Mbaka Reappears
There was Jubilation in Enugu State on Wednesday after the reappearance of the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), Rev Father Ejike Mbaka.
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide (OYC) had in a statement raised an alarm saying the whereabouts of the priest were unknown.
The cleric’s supporters and members of his Adoration Ministry in Enugu also took to the streets on Wednesday to protest against his alleged disappearance.
Mbaka had asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign or be impeached last week.
However, he was attacked by the Presidency, which alleged that the cleric was angry because he sought to secure contracts from the Buhari-led government and was denied.
The cleric was on Wednesday afternoon seen in an open roof car, waving to protesters who surrounded him alongside operatives of the Nigeria Police Force.
His supporters were seen shouting ‘Father Mbaka, Oh! you are home!.”
The reverend father later came out of the vehicle to rejoice with his supporters.