Joe Igbokwe’s False Claim: Ndigbo Lagos Call on Him to Apologise to Chief Mbazulike Amechi Over His Unconscionable Remarks

NDIGBO LAGOS REFUTAL TO JOE IGBOKWE’S
INCENDIARY FALSE CLAIMS
Weat Ndigbo Lagos have just listened to the video
making the rounds in the Social Media today 9th May
2021.In the said video Mr. Joe Igbokwe, a Political
appointee of Lagos State Government and Special
Adviser Drainage and Water Resources claimed
insider knowledge of aclandestine plot by some Igbo youths who he believes are IPOB
burn down police stations and public infrastructure in Lagos.
NDIGBO LAGOS the umbrella body of all Igbo
organizations in Lagos, wish to state as follows:
1.
That we are saddened by the claims of Mr.
Igbokwe, which we believe are mischievous,
false, baseless and inciting.
2.
That the governments of the South Eastern
States of Nigeria and various security agencies in the country have initiated investigations to
unravel the persons behind the killings and
destruction of properties in the South East, and
we believe strongly in their competence and
ability to unravel the masterminds and bring them to justice.

  1. That as usual with such serious investigations the
    Police and other Security Agencies expect
    support through information from responsible
    citizens of which Joe Igbokwe being a
    government insider is very much aware of and in a good position to comply with.
    That rather than do this, Mr. Igbokwe
    irresponsibly went to town with his personal
    conclusions on who these perpetrators are and what evil they are planning for Lagos,
    notwithstanding the ongoing official
    investigations.This probably goes to suggest that Mr.Igbokwe knows more than the ordinary eyes
    could see, and should be invited by the relevant
    security agency to clarify his source which he
    claims is credible.
    5.
    That the Lagos State government had initiated
    and conducted investigation on what happened
    during the End Sars protest, and are well
    equipped with relevant information on the
    perpetrators of that heinous act.
    6.
    That the Igbos were not the cause of the Biafran
    war, and have no intention to engage into any acts as may suggest any intention of such in the
    foregoing circumstance.
    7.
    That we condemn in clear terms the killings going on all over the country, including in the South
    East, and sympathize with the families of officers and civilians, who have had to endure the loss of
    eirdearones. We pray their soul to rest perfect
    in the bossom of our Lord!
    8.
    We wish to reiterate that Igbo youths are NOT
    killers, neither are they arsonists, but are positivelyrecognized as
    hardworking
    contributors to the development of our country.
    We have been victims rather than perpetrators of killings, burnings and looting in Nigeria.
    9.
    That it has become expedient for us to issue this
    rebuttal, in the light of the hightened tension in the country, being convinced that some malevolent
    minds may take advantage of Mr. Joe Igbokwe’s
    recklessness with unsubstantiated rethorics to
    spread mistrust, cause disunity and escalate
    mischief in such manner and disguise, as may
    cause finger stobe wrongly pointed at the Igbos in Lagos.
    Wethere fore call on Mr.Joe Igbokwe
    to desist from reaching hasty conclusions, and
    spreading of falsehood.
    10.
    We enjoin Ndigbo across Lagos to go about
    their normal buisness. And should not engage in
    any unlawful acts that would endanger the good
    relationship we enjoy with the people of Lagos
    State.
    Finally, we want to remind Mr.Igbokwe that
    respect for the elderly is one of the corner stone
    of Igbo values and civilized behavior.
    Hence, we
    call upon him to retrace his steps and apologize
    to Chief Mbazulike Amechi for the
    unconscionable remarks he made against him.
    Prince Tony Eze
    Director of Communication and Strategy.

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