An Open Letter To Hon. Emeka Ihedioha On His Silence Over The Recent Happenings In Orlu, Imo State
By Mr_chunde | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 0 views
I write this letter to you to express my thoughts on your silence over the recent military activities in Imo State.
As a statesman, former governor and a key member of the opposition party in Imo State, I must not fail to state that many Imolites, especially the people of Orlu, are unhappy that you are yet to make a public statement over the situation in Orlu.
We know that we you can not force anyone to make a statement, however, we know you as a man, who has the best interest of his people, hence, your silence is very much unlike you.
Indeed, I urge you to lend your voice to the prominent sons and daughters of Imo State, who have made their stance on the Nigerian Army's operations in Orlu, Imo State.
Dear Nigerians, what if your point of view on this issue?
Please, don't forget engage me in the comment section, as they are highly anticipated.
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