The Igbo socio-political group Ohanaeze Ndigbo has threatened to hold Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of Lagos State, accountable for the attacks on Igbo in the state following Peter Obi of the Labour Party, LP's presidential campaign's victory in Lagos State.
According to Ohanaeze, the attack in Lagos State was a ploy to put the Igbo against the Yoruba.
The Oba of Lagos and MC Oluomo would be held accountable for the attacks on the Igbo people in the state, said Ohanaeze Ndigbo Secretary-General Okechukwu Isiguzoro.
In an interview with DAILY POST, Isiguzoro urged residents of Lagos State to vote Sanwo-Olu out of office in the upcoming governor's race.
"We have seen the premeditated attempt to put the Yorubas against the Igbos with the racial coloration that both tribes are fighting because Labour Party won Lagos State," claims Isiguzoro.
"We want to be crystal clear that there are Yorubas supporting Obi, including Obasanjo and Ayo Adebanjo."
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