NEWSDAILYNIGERIA – The Ezeigbo Chikun Chiefdom Ogbuefi, Fred Awagu JP and his advisory council have called on all aspirants in the coming local government elections in the Kaduna state to be wary of making inflammatory statements and eschew violence tendencies that is capable of throwing the peaceful state into political uncertainty.
Awagu was addressing some of his council members recently,who came to his palace to welcome him back from the just concluded reception of the President General Ohanaeze Ndigbo professor George Obiozor in Abuja.
He said that the ambitions of our politicians is not worth the blood of any Nigerian and therefore urged all politicians and political parties to play by the rules and avoid inflammatory statements capable of setting the state on fire
He stated that Ndigbo have the highest number of population in the state aside the indigenous citizens and vowed that they will protect the interest of every Igbo man,woman,youths and children living in the state.
He therefore called on Ndigbo living in the state to identify with Ohaneze Ndigbo Kaduna State In all the Local Governments.
He assured Ndigbo that the president Ohaneze Ndigbo Kaduna State Barrister Ben Churchill Aniekwena JP will soon visit all the local governments to harmonize all Igbo groups into Ohaneze as directed by the President General Ohaneze Igbo worldwide…His Excellency Prof George Obiozor
In the same vein the Ohaneze Igbo youth leader kaduna state,High Chief Christopher Columbus Geoman.. Ochinawata 1,has called out on the youths to heed the advice of the Ezeigbo Chikun Chiefdom.
He reminded them that gone are the days they will be given arms to kill each other instead of tools to improve their lives by selfish politicians.
He made this call when Youths from the three senatorial zones of kaduna came to congratulate him over his recent appointment.
He then promised to use his office to build bridges of unity,instead of erecting walls of division,in his words ” no government can deliver the true dividends of democracy without peace”