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Iwuanyanwu disclosed this on Wednesday, at a one-day retreat of Ohanaeze Ndigbo tagged “Ako bu ije” held in Enugu.

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In his speech, the chairman of the occasion and former military Governor of the old Anambra and the old Imo states, Admiral Allison Madueke said it was time for Igbo people to take a step backwards and rebuild the movement because any movement without tact will fail.
The former Chief of Naval Staff of the Nigerian Armed Forces added that Igbo people need to ask themselves where they missed their step and begin to make amends to achieve better results.
In a communique issued at the end of the retreat, the Igbo leaders resolved that Ndigbo have the enormous human and natural potential to initiate a “made-to-fit” regional development agenda that aligns with the current global reality; but also observed that Ndigbo had not exploited the opportunistic media space to identify the power centres in the region and galvanise them for collective action.
The communique reads in part, “The various specialized Ohanaeze Committees were therefore urged to swing into action to ensure the realization of the new Igbo agenda in sync with 21st Century socio-economic realities.
 
“The Igbo leaders also resolved that insecurity in the Southeast is a major hindrance to the development of the region and urged the southeast governors, security agencies and civil society organizations to redouble efforts in the security sector.
 
“The general consensus here is that the provision of security will unlock our great potential, especially in agriculture. The Retreat also resolved to intensify its drive for the unconditional release of the detained leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
 
“The Igbo leaders emphasized the imperative of collaboration between Ohanaeze leadership and Igbo Governors for the realization of Ala-Igbo Transformation Agenda.
 
“The retreat also harped on the capacity of Ndigbo for self-sufficiency in food production and urged the Igbo Governors to key into this vision and also ensure tight security in the region to earn the confidence of intending investors.
 
“The Igbo leaders also endorsed the proposed N10 billion Naira Endowment Fund from the Igbo in the Diaspora to give Ohanaeze a reasonable degree of financial stability.”
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In his speech, the chairman of the occasion and former military Governor of the old Anambra and the old Imo states, Admiral Allison Madueke said it was time for Igbo people to take a step backwards and rebuild the movement because any movement without tact will fail.
The former Chief of Naval Staff of the Nigerian Armed Forces added that Igbo people need to ask themselves where they missed their step and begin to make amends to achieve better results.
In a communique issued at the end of the retreat, the Igbo leaders resolved that Ndigbo have the enormous human and natural potential to initiate a “made-to-fit” regional development agenda that aligns with the current global reality; but also observed that Ndigbo had not exploited the opportunistic media space to identify the power centres in the region and galvanise them for collective action.
The communique reads in part, “The various specialized Ohanaeze Committees were therefore urged to swing into action to ensure the realization of the new Igbo agenda in sync with 21st Century socio-economic realities.
 
“The Igbo leaders also resolved that insecurity in the Southeast is a major hindrance to the development of the region and urged the southeast governors, security agencies and civil society organizations to redouble efforts in the security sector.
 
“The general consensus here is that the provision of security will unlock our great potential, especially in agriculture. The Retreat also resolved to intensify its drive for the unconditional release of the detained leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
 
“The Igbo leaders emphasized the imperative of collaboration between Ohanaeze leadership and Igbo Governors for the realization of Ala-Igbo Transformation Agenda.
 
“The retreat also harped on the capacity of Ndigbo for self-sufficiency in food production and urged the Igbo Governors to key into this vision and also ensure tight security in the region to earn the confidence of intending investors.
 
“The Igbo leaders also endorsed the proposed N10 billion Naira Endowment Fund from the Igbo in the Diaspora to give Ohanaeze a reasonable degree of financial stability.”
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