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Ndigbo in Germany decry killing’s in S’East



WORRIED by the spate of insecurity, killing of innocent citizens as well as security operatives, Ndigbo in Germany have urged Igbo leaders to immediately initiate dialogue as a way of reducing tension across the nation.

 The Socio-Cultural group under the aegis of Ndigbo Germany which decried the military operation in South East and alleged killing of innocent citizens, urged Igbo leaders and all stakeholders to initiate a process to halt the ugly trend.

 In a release signed by the co-ordinator of the group, Mazi Oge Zofor and secretary, Mazi Dom and made available to National Light, the group condemned the alleged indiscriminate shootings and killings of unarmed citizens and military siege in the region. They noted with dismay, the allegation that security operatives set up to protect the citizens are perpetuating the same killings and brutalising defenseless citizens.

 They noted that the president’s speech on the situation in the South East was unfair to the people of the region.

“It was all about force and threat reminding them the holocaust of 1966”.

 According to them “we call on the President, Muhammad Buhari to call the security forces to order and halt the siege in Igbo land as blood of the innocent had been shed once again in the region.

“Ndigbo Germany condemned the attacks on security operations and destruction of public property. This is unlawful and unacceptable. We call for dialogue as a way of reaching to all groups as violence will surely disrupt achievable development”.

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