The group said this in a statement on Sunday in reaction to recent killings in Ebonyi State and other parts of the eastern region.
Idimogu, a two-term lawmaker representing Oshodi-Isolo Constituency II in the Lagos State House of Assembly, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
Chemberline Adiaso, the Chairman, Presidential Support Committee South-East, has called on Ndigbo to join forces in their struggle to produce the Speaker of the ninth House of Representative.
National Chairman, United Progressive Party, Chief Chekwas Okorie, has urged Igbo of South-East to wake-up from their long political slumber and face reality of the time before 2023.
But even from the more respectable versions, it is difficult not to come away with the impression that the photograph is symbolic of the growing feeling in the South East that after a long, harrowing spell in the wilderness, Ndigbo might well be on the verge of finding rest in the bosom of the PDP.
Chime told journalists in Enugu on Wednesday that the president had done a lot for the people to warrant their support.
Agajelu, a lecturer in the Department of Political Science, Federal College of Education, Umunze, Anambra, made this known in a Keynote lecture he delivered at a ‘Political Summit’ in Umuchu on Monday.
Oshiomhole and Kalu, harped on the need for Fayemi to return to the Government House so as to consolidate on his landmark achievements in Ekiti state between 2010 and 2014 when he serves as the governor of the State.
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.
In a press statement released in Owerri, the Imo State capital, the group said the call by the former president would have been seen as the act of a friend, benefactor and statesman if Obasanjo had dealt well with Ndigbo when he held the Presidency for eight years between 1999 and 2007
A better way to address the problem of Ndigbo is their addressing their internal differences and anti-people leadership orientations
Have you heard the scream? It must have got to you since the yell which emanates from the south-east reverberates even in the remotest part of Kano State.
A group, Ndigbo Cultural Society of Nigeria (NCSN) has described the Australian negotiator, Stephen Davis, as lacking in depth to carry out the assignment given to him by the Federal Government.
Nwosu said: “The bomb blast in Kano, which killed many people was incredible.
“We believe most of them were the Igbos because the area the bomb exploded is largely occupied by Igbo traders and businessmen