…clears the air on Iwuanyanwu’s visit

President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Lagos State chapter, Chief Solomon Aguene, has called for unity and cooperation among members. Speaking at a news conference held at the group’s secretariat in Surulere, Lagos State, Aguene noted that four years of his tenure did not count as a result of constant visits to courts.

He said his tenure properly began as the president, after court judgment reinstating him as president was passed.
The president said all bickering had been addressed, adding that he had two more years in office. He urged the public to disregard any information aimed at creating disunity among the Igbo, noting that Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide leader, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, would not disobey court judgment affirming him as the president of the association in Lagos State.

“Chief Iwuanyanwu’s visit is not all about addressing the issues hovering around Ohanaeze in Lagos. Instead, he showed interest in working with me to make things better,” he said. Political women leader of the group, Dr. Ugoeze Obi, described the president as a peaceful man, saying she would vote for him a million times.

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She added that the group was in support of his leadership since the court had ruled in his favour.

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