I Don’t Believe In Biafra Through The Barrels Of The Gun – Governor Ikpeazu

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, Okezie Ikpeazu has stated that he does not believe in Biafra through violence.

Recalling experience during the civil war as he appeared as a guest Channels Television’s Sunday Politics, the waved the sit-at-home order issued by IPOB and also stated that while there is nothing like IPOB in , is however difficult to proscribe the ideology.

While advocating for and equity in the nation, Ikpeazu argued that some of the agitations are germane and should be addressed.

Ikpeazu Said;

“I don’t believe in Biafra through the barrels of the gun because I saw a little bit of the Civil War and I don’t want that kind of thing and I don’t see the prospects of that venture and I don’t want anything that be suicidal.

“As far as we are concerned in , there is nothing like IPOB, is difficult to proscribe an ideology.

“If Biafra is a metaphor for agitation against injustice in any way, then there is Biafra in the heart of every .”

The noted that the late women’s rights activist Margaret Ekpo was a councilor in Abia , and that someone Kano was once a mayor in , lamented the rising level of disunity in Nigeria.

He added;

are we not taking steps to bridges? Rather we are emphasizing things that divide us – ethnicity, religion – all those things that divide us.”