Breaking: Igbo Leaders Storms British Parliament With Petition Against President Buhari’s Administration

Igbo Leaders Storms British Parliament

According to the video shared by Reno Omokri, who is an Activist, Humanitarian and Spokesman to the former Nigeria President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, a group of Igbo Leaders in the diaspora stormed British Parliament with petition against President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, over the incessant insecurity in the Southeast of Nigeria.

The Igbo Group Spokesman said, “We’re bringing this letter because of the problem we have in Igbo land and the Southeast and other regions in Nigeria. We can classify that easily as genocide.”

The group claimed people are being killed on a daily basis in Nigeria, and the humiliation that the Igbo’s and Southerners are going through in Nigeria is unacceptable. They claimed young boys and girls are being picked from their houses, by the Nigeria Army without trace and nobody dare question Nigerian Authority.

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The Group implored the members of British Parliament and governor of the United Kingdom to intervene, so as not to allow such barbaric acts to continue in the Southeast.

The group Spokesman further added that, “Please, use your great office to speak to the power that be in Nigeria, to the President of Nigeria to stop the killings of Igbo’s and to stop the humiliation of the Igbo’s on a daily basis.”

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The group also emphasised on how the Southeast economy have been greatly affected, due to the presence of Nigeria Army in the region and how farmers are afraid to go to the farm because of Fulani herdsmen.

“We plead with the government of United Kingdom to please in the name of God to stop what is happening in Nigeria. So, this letter we are going to hand over to the British Parliament in London, United Kingdom, we’ve articulated what is happening in Nigeria in it and we will be happy if the needful action is taken. Thank you,” the group Spokesman said.

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