Ohaneze Ndigbo disowns Nnamdi Kanu saying calls for Biafra only coming from mad people living abroad

Ohanaeze Ndigbo has  disowned the Director of Radio Biafra and leadr of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu over the  calls  for Biafra.

Speaking on Friday at the Forum of State Presidents of Ohanaeze in the seven Igbo –speaking states that held  in Awka,The Chairman,  Dr. Chris Eluomunoh, said no right thinking person would support the Biafran struggle referring to the agitations as  madness.
He also said that the calls for a Biafran state comes mainly from people living outside Nigeria.
“You will notice that Ohanaeze has been very silent on the issue of Biafra insurgency, though the youth wing of Ohanaeze has been speaking on it. Ohanaeze, as the Igbo cultural group, cannot support Biafra and we dissociate ourselves from it totally.
“Igbo people have contributed much to the development of Nigeria and we cannot allow some people to jeopardise the lives and efforts of millions of Igbo residing in all parts of Nigeria.
“We believe that anybody who has any issue to settle with the Federal Government should use dialogue and that is why we participated in the last National Conference. No sane Igbo person would want to witness a repeat of the kind of thing that happened during the Civil War.
“Ojukwu, who led the Biafra war, returned to Nigeria from exile and contested elections in Nigeria, which showed that he was fully integrated into Nigeria and was a full-fledged Nigerian before he died.”
Eluemunor said that most of the agitation for a Biafran state came mainly from those living abroad.
He also called on President. Buhari to declare a state of emergency on the infrastructure problem in the South East by rehabilitating the federal roads that have become death traps due to neglect.
He said doing so would help to correct the imbalances and marginalization being suffered by the Igbos.
“We know the marginalisation was not caused by him, but we plead that he should look into the problems being complained about by the people of South East and South–South. He has won the election and we in Ohanaeze support him and will work with him for the unity of the country.”