Extra-Judicial Killing Of Unarmed IPOB Members: A Crime Against Humanity And Assault On Democracy

We the Igbo Ekunie Initiative, IEI, comprising individuals in Nigeria and the Diaspora; unequivocally condemn the extrajudicial killing of unarmed youths holding peaceful meetings in Emene Enugu state by Nigerian security services.  In light of this egregious violation of human rights and assault on the very essence of democracy; we wish to state as follows:      That democracy at the very [continue here]….

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The Exclusion Of Southeast In $22.7 Billion Federal Loan As Further Evidence Of President Buhari’s Inglorious Apartheid Regime

We the Igbo Ekunie Initiative, IEI, comprising individuals in Nigeria and the Diaspora; have noted the criminal/Apartheid level exclusion of the Southeast in projects to be executed from the $22.7 billion federal loan. Having carefully reviewed all the allocated projects by administrative zones, we state as follows: That the scale and scope of this unprecedented exclusion in a democracy and [continue here]….

Igbo Ekunie Condemns And Opposes The Reckless Provocative Call By Miyetti Allah For The Establishment Of Fulani Vigilante Outfits In The South East

The attention of Igbo Ekunie Initiative, a coalition of professionals in Nigeria and the Diaspora has been drawn to the recent call by Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) for the establishment of Fulani Vigilante’s outfit in the South East of Nigeria We condemn and denounce this reckless and provocative macabre call by Miyetti Allah in the strongest [continue here]….

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The Communique Of Igbo Ekunie’s World Press Conference On “The Igbo Nation, The Biafran Question And Restructuring: The Way Forward”

Igbo Nation, The Biafran Question And Restructuring: The Way Forward Communique Issued At The End Of Igbo Ekunie’s 1st World Press Conference Held In Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Renascent East-Developing The Homeland 45 years after the civil war, the Buhari presidency in 2015 returned Nigeria to full-blown marginalisation and the vexed politics of exclusion. In this, the Southeast was worst [continue here]….