Insecurity issues in the country is something that we must all keep in mind. The recent events in Imo State and other parts of the South East are a matter of great concern. Many Nigerian Nigerians are reacting to events that have already taken place. All we are praying for is peace in our country.
The Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Dr. Edward Onoja plans to send a message to the Igbo people about the current situation. He posted a message of concern on his Facebook page which only showed his value and wished Igbos well. Here is his message;
The Igbo people are builders according to the Deputy Governor whose only intention is not to destroy the country. With their business assets, they have been able to help the country build its economy. It would not be right to destroy what belongs to them since they are not destroyers. The Deputy Governor of Kogi State spoke.
Any iota of truth in his words? What is your opinion on this.
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