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Igbo Leaders To Blame For Insecurity In South-East – Lauretta Onochie

Igbo Leaders To Blame For Insecurity In South-East – Lauretta Onochie
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Lauretta Onochie, the Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, has blamed Igbo leaders in the South-East for the growing insecurity in the region.

 

Onochie who stated on her verified Twitter claimed the inability of the leaders to caution the youths against crimes caused the killings.

 

The president’s aide was reacting to the recent attack in Orlu, Imo State where about eight suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB were killed.

Igbo Leaders To Blame For Insecurity In South-East – Lauretta Onochie
Igbo Leaders To Blame For Insecurity In South-East – Lauretta Onochie

We had reported that hoodlums suspected to be members of the IPOB, attacked the police divisional headquarters on Thursday night.

 

 


The joint security operatives who engaged the hoodlums in a gun duel killed eight of the attackers and recovered seven vehicles.

 

Reacting, Onochie said the South-East leaders only attack the president but fail to instil value in their youths.

 

“Where are Igbo Leaders? Why are they Silent? Misguided ones among Ndigbo are turning your Homeland into a battleground

8 Mothers are crying today.

8 Fathers are Crying today.

Many Aunts are crying today, Uncles too.

Many children, nieces, nephews, friends too.

“Many Igbo leaders condemn daily, a President who has favoured Ndigbo more than any other ethnic group in Nigeria.

“Their hatred provided a fertile ground for the current insecurity in the SE.

“Please recall the brainwashed youths you manipulate into untimely deaths”, the tweet reads.

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