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IPOB’s Agitations Deserve FG’s Attention – Olisa Metuh

Olisa Metuh

Olisa Metuh

Ex-National Publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Olisa Metuh has come out to say that FG should look into IPOB’s agitations.

He recently revealed this via a statement, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, social justice and a change in the structural configuration of the polity will go a long way in assuaging the minds of Nigerians of South-East extraction

He added that several issues must be tackled by our leaders as soon as possible to promote social cohesion in the country.

His words, “Truth be told, the majority of Igbos, identify with the angst underlying the IPOB agitations. I have witnessed first hand, the strong affinity of the majority of the Igbos to the fundamental sentiments and anxieties behind the IPOB agitations.”

“Such anxieties require straightforward solution of social justice and genuine amends.”

“I earnestly plead with our elders and the elected leaders of my people to work out ways and means of addressing the IPOB issue.”

“Indeed, any perceived imperfections of the agitation should not in any way detract from the pressing need to come to terms with the deep discontent in the psyche of the average Igbo person regarding the Nigerian polity.”

“Furthermore, I implore that we rid ourselves of the politics of bitterness, violence, manipulations, deception, deceit and lies, with a full acknowledgement that all power belongs to and comes from God.”

“I sincerely thank all those who have kept me in their thoughts, prayers and all those who spent their time and resources to plan an amazing homecoming for me. May the good Lord meet you all at your points of need.”

“I want to state that the confidence and outpouring of goodwill from my people have reinvigorated me in my commitment to God to pay more attention to the underprivileged, including coordinating pro-bono services for people incarcerated without access to legal representation.”

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