The Abia South Senator in a radio interview on Friday monitored by ABN TV said this among other things is aimed at scaring investors from the region and create an atmosphere of poverty and hunger among Ndigbo, insisting that this is not what the people want.
The Alaigbo Development Foundation has appealed to political class in Igboland not to allow their personal interest and ambition to override the fundamental interest of Ndigbo.
Anigbogu said that the apathy, cultural surrender and political ignorance that had ravaged Igbo land in the past 20 years had reduced Ndigbo to mere spectators in the political struggle in the country.
As of the week of writing, baying mobs that identify as IPOB members attacked soldiers in Kanu’s hometown in Abia state while the Hausa Community bore the brunt of the group’s misdirected anger in Rivers state. In another part of Abia state a pickup truck of the National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS, was vandalized and the occupants brutalized even though they are of Igbo extraction and even called themselves Biafrans to save their skin, the unruly mob nonetheless attacked.
The President-General of the organisation, Chief John Nwodo, gave the warning in Awka on Thursday, while addressing members of the Anambra State House of Assembly.