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This my presentation is for our enemies who often state that Igbos are hated worldwide because Igbos are all criminals. We know that we are hated in the zoo called Nigeria due to envy but we equally know that we are not hated in other reasonable countries.

1. OKONJI NGOZI IWEALA: She is the first and only African to rise to the number 2 position at the World Bank. She is a Harvard university graduate. She is Igbo.

2. SANDIE OKORO: She is a senior vice president and general counsel, World Bank. She is the first and only black African in such positions at the World Bank. She is Igbo.

3. OBIAGELI EZEKWESILI: She is the founder of Transparency International and the director of the global anti-corruption body based in Berlin, Germany. She is a Harvard university graduate. She is Igbo.

4. ARUNMA OTEH: Treasurer and vice president, World Bank. She is Igbo from Abia state. A UNN graduate.

5. CHILE EBOE-OSUJI: He is the first and only black African to be made President of the International Criminal Court based at the Hague in Netherlands. He is Igbo.

6. JUDE O NKAMA: Became the very first African Judge in the USA. He is Igbo from Ebonyi state.

7. CHUKA UMUNNA, CHI ONWURAH AND HELEN GRANT are all Igbos who are Members of the British parliament. Chuka Umunna may become the first black Prime Minister of Great Britain.

8. Professor KODILINYE: He was the first black professor of Medicine at the university of London in 1952.

9. Dr PIUS OKIGBO: He was the first black professor of Economics at the university of London in 1954.

10. CHIKE TONI IWOBI: He is the first and only black African to be made a senator in Italy.

11. JOHN ABRAHAM GODSON (Godson Chikama Onyekwere): He is the first and only black African to be made a senator in Poland. He was born in 1970 at Umuahia in Abia state. He graduated from Abia State University.

12. KANU NWANKWO: Needs no introduction. I schooled with him at Holy Ghost College, Owerri in the 80s. He is an Arochukwu (Abia state) man. Kanu is the most decorated African footballer, winning every possible medal apart from the senior world cup. He made his fortune at Ajax in Netherlands, Inter Milan in Italy, Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion and Portsmouth, all in England, UK.

13. PHILIP EMEAGWALI: He is the first and only black African to win the Gordon Bell Prize. He achieved this in 1989. He was congratulated and praised by President Bill Clinton of the USA. He is regarded as one of the top 10 most intelligent persons on earth at the moment. He has moved almost all his village members to the USA. He does not wish to be associated with Nigeria. He considers himself BIAFRAN.

14. Five Anambra state girls from Regina Pacies secondary school, Onitsha, Anambra state represented Nigeria and Africa and won Gold (First position) at the World Technovation Challenge in the Silicon Valley in San Francisco, USA. Note that European countries, the USA, India and China participated in the contest. The names of the girls are Jessica Osita, Promise Nnalue, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo and Vivian Okoye.

15. Four boys from St John's science and technical college, Alor, Anambra state won Bronze medal at a recent International Festival of Engineering, Science and Technology (IFEST) competition in Tunisia. The boys are Ugwuish Ogonna, Chuka-Umeora, Anthony Nwachukwu and Daniel Machi Dominic.

16. NNENNE IWUJI-EME is a British diplomat. In March 2018, she was appointed to be the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Mozambique. She is the first black woman to be appointed a high commissioner by the United Kingdom. She is Igbo.

17. Dr Bennet IFEAKANDU OMALU born September 1968 in Anambra is an Igbo-American physician, forensic pathologist, and neuropathologist who was the first to discover and publish findings of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in American football players.

The list goes on and on.

IN SUMMARY: The International community loves the Igbo. The International community respects the Igbo. The International community rewards excellence and hardwork (unlike the zoo).

Only Nigerians hate Igbo-Biafrans and we know why. Unfortunately for the haters, the more they hate Igbos the higher the Igbos climb. So advise them to stop hating.

You hate something yet can't let it go.
Allow BIAFRA to go!!!

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